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Abstract B16: The effect of e-cigarette exposure on airway epithelial cell gene expression and transformation.

These studies will determine the impact of ECIG exposure on lung carcinogenicity and provide needed scientific guidance to the FDA regarding the physiologic effects of ECIGs.
Clinical Cancer Research
added Apr 10, 2014 18:41

Cancer Facts & Figures 2014 (PDF)

American Cancer Society
added Apr 10, 2014 17:59

[Korea - South] VIDEO: Korea's Supreme Court rules in favor of KT&G in 'tobacco suit'

The Supreme Court ruled Thursday against patients who claimed that their years of smoking had caused their cancer. The dispute dates back to 1999 when 36 people, including seven cancer patients and their families, filed lawsuits against KT&G and the coun
Arirang TV & Radio (kr)
added Apr 10, 2014 17:12

[Korea - South] Korea's Supreme Court rules in favor of KT&G in 'tobacco suit'

A 15-year-long legal battle between cancer patients and Korean cigarette maker KT&G has come to an end, and the tobacco company has come out on top. The Supreme Court ruled Thursday against patients who claimed that their years of smoking had caused th
Arirang TV & Radio (kr)
added Apr 10, 2014 09:47

E-cigarettes affect cells

Electronic cigarettes can change gene expression in a similar way to tobacco, according to one of the first studies to investigate the biological effects of the devices... The researchers found that the cells grown in medium exposed to the vapour of e-cig
added Apr 9, 2014 14:55
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Monica Barlow, Lung Cancer Advocate and Former PR Director for the Baltimore Orioles, Honored as April's LUNGevity Hero

Monica was a vital voice for the lung cancer community. Her death in February saddened the lung cancer community, the Orioles, her friends and family, and all who came to know her.
PR Newswire
added Apr 8, 2014 23:28

LETTER: Response to secondhand smoking debate

On March 12, Doug Kneibert contributed a column that appeared to change the discussion related to the health risks of exposure to secondhand smoke. ... First, the study was not done by the National Cancer Institute. The information came from a presentat
Illinois River Bend Telegraph
added Apr 1, 2014 20:37

Slight Drop in Rate of Advanced Cancers, CDC Says

For the first time, lung cancer surpassed colorectal cancer to become the second most common invasive cancer in Hispanic men. Among Hispanic women, colorectal cancer remained more common than lung cancer, the CDC authors said.
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Mar 29, 2014 12:41

U.S. invasive cancer rates slightly down from 2009 to 2010

The 2014 Surgeon General's Report concluded that smoking can cause cancer almost anywhere in the body. Nearly all lung cancer—the number-one cancer killer of both men and women—is caused by smoking. For information on quitting smoking and preventing toba
PR Newswire
added Mar 29, 2014 12:28

Pollution is world's biggest killer, overtaking heart disease and even smoking ...

Air pollution killed about seven million people in 2012, making it the world's single biggest environmental health risk, the World Health Organisation (WHO) says. The toll, a doubling of previous estimates, means one in eight of all global deaths in 2012
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Mar 26, 2014 17:14
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