Adverse childhood experiences are associated with the risk of lung cancer: a prospective cohort study
- The debrisoquine metabolic phenotype and DNA-based assays: implications of misclassification for the association of lung cancer and the debrisoquine metabolic phenotype Hoover, R.; Weston, A.; Sugimura, H.; Shields, P. G.; Caporaso, N. E.; Harris, C. C.; Landi, M. T.; Shaw, G. L.; Tucker, M. A. // Environmental Health Perspectives;Nov1992, Vol. 98, p101
No abstract available.
- Bird in hand...may be deadly. Segell, Michael // Cosmopolitan;Feb1993, Vol. 214 Issue 2, p50
Reports that keeping a pet bird at home significantly increases your chances of developing lung cancer, according to findings recently published in the `British Medical Journal.' Results of a study; Possible cause; Advice.
- Lung cancer: A puzzling disease. E.B. // Medical Update;Oct95, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p3
Reports on different types of lung cancer. Increase in the incidence of non-smoking related lung cancer; Importance of determining the specific cell type of cancer; Treatment as consisting of surgery, radiation, chemotherapy or combinations; Contact information.
- Stage IIIA category of non-small-cell lung cancer: A new proposal. Green, Mark R.; Lilenbaum, Rogerio C. // JNCI: Journal of the National Cancer Institute;4/20/94, Vol. 86 Issue 8, p586
Opinion. Focuses on a proposed International Staging System (ISS) for lung cancer. Categories; Redefinition of stage III disease; Prognostic differences between patients; Recommendations.
- Residential radon exposure and lung cancer: evidence of an inverse association in Washington state Gerald, Kenneth B.; Neuberger, John S.; Frost, Floyd J. // Journal of Environmental Health;Nov/Dec1992, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p23
No abstract available.
- Uncool, unsmooth, unhealthy. Farrell, Liam // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);8/3/96, Vol. 313 Issue 7052, p306
Focuses on the incidence of cancer in Great Britain. Symptoms of lung cancer; Diagnosis and management of cancer.
- Tobacco wars. // Patient Care;6/15/1997, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p13
Discusses trends surrounding lung cancer such as the steep increase in deaths from the disease in women based on the national videoconference `Lung cancer: Taking control,' held at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. Discussion about the genetic markers of lung cancer, tests...
- The smoking yolk. Gutfeld, G.; Rao, L. // Prevention;Mar92, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p10
Reports that researchers have found a link between consumption of cholesterol and increased risk for lung cancer. States that for every increment of 500 milligrams of dietary cholesterol, the risk may have doubled. CHolesterol-laden foods; Studies; Results; Comments.
- Small-cell lung cancer in elderly patients: The case for chemotherapy. Kelly, P.; O'Brien, A.A.J. // Age & Ageing;Jan1991, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p19
Details a retrospective analysis of survival in 48 elderly and 70 young patients with small-cell lung cancer. Similar survivability with combination chemotherapy with old and young subjects; Peripheral neuropathy secondary to vincristine and elderly subjects; Small-cell lung cancer and smoking;...
- Lung cancer. // Mayo Clinic Health Letter;Jun1996, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p1
Focuses on the link between smoking and lung cancer. Lung cancer as the leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States; Survival rate for lung cancer; Types and stages; Diagnosis.