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[USA] AUDIO: Americans could soon benefit from a lung cancer vaccine developed in Cuba

Roswell Park Cancer Institute, in partnership with Cuba’s Center for Molecular Immunology, will test out a much-needed lung cancer vaccine called Cimavax, developed in Cuba. Now that relations between US and Cuba are improving, the US wants to see if it
Public Radio International (PRI)
added May 13, 2015 11:58
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How ‘Mad Men’ Made Smoking Glamorous—Then Deadly

Betty and Don’s cigarette smoking was once supremely seductive. Then came Betty’s shock cancer diagnosis, and suddenly cigarettes have become a symbol of ‘Mad Men’s’ own death
The Daily Beast
added May 12, 2015 14:04
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'Mad Men': Smoking Leads to Cancer, Things Get Weird for Don Draper

Weiner’s 1960s creations have been chain-smoking for 10 years going into these final episodes, and the sobering reality of the risks associated with that lifestyle hit home in a very real way for one character. After collapsing at school, January Jones‘ B
TheWrap.com
added May 12, 2015 00:23
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[Asia-pacific, Korea - South] 'Cigarette law constitutional'

Earlier, nine people filed a petition with the court to review the constitutionality of the law, claiming the country must scrap the law and ban smoking and cigarette sales. However, the court rejected this petition, saying there was no concrete evidenc
Korea Times (kr)
added May 11, 2015 22:53
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Not even the Mad Men characters are immune to the effects of cigarette smoking

Here I thought Betty returning to college was as close as the character was going to get to a happy ending — and instead, she ends up with fast-moving, terminal lung cancer. (On Mother's Day, no less.)
Vox Media
added May 11, 2015 22:48
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[Asia, Korea - South] Tobacco business act ruled constitutional

Constitutional Court ruled against nine petitioners, saying that the legislation does not infringe on an individual’s right to health because there is no definite link between habitual smoking and lung cancer. ..“Even though there is a correlation, it is
Korea Herald (kr)
added May 11, 2015 14:43
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On Medicare and Assessing the Value of Lung Cancer Screening

“Because the follow-up testing is invasive, biopsies and such, and lung cancer has such serious mortality and morbidity risks, we wanted to ensure that Medicare beneficiaries were informed,” said Dr. Patrick Conway, chief medical officer at the Centers f
New York Times
added May 11, 2015 11:21
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More Consensus on Coffee’s Benefits Than You Might Think

It’s true that the data on lung cancer shows an increased risk for more coffee consumed, but that’s only among people who smoke. Drinking coffee may be protective in those who don’t. ... should be interpreted with caution because of the confounding (and m
New York Times
added May 11, 2015 09:39
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ARCHIVE: Achievements in Public Health, 1900-1999: Tobacco Use -- United States, 1900-1999

During the first decades of the 20th century, lung cancer was rare; however, as cigarette smoking became increasingly popular, first among men and later among women, the incidence of lung cancer became epidemic (Figure 1). In 1930, the lung cancer death r
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
added May 7, 2015 08:18
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[Australia] Understanding Lung Cancer / A guide for people with cancer, their families and friends (PDF)

Many people feel shocked and upset when told they have lung cancer. We hope this booklet will help you, your family and friends understand how lung cancer is diagnosed and treated. We also include information about support services.
The Cancer Council Victoria (au)
added May 5, 2015 09:50
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