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Discover how AI is helping us understand cancer risk in the lungs

Discover how AI is helping us understand cancer risk in the lungs

Deep learning Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms could be utilised as an unbiased assessment tool to help clinicians with assessing risk of lung cancer. A new...
Lung Cancer Awareness: EU focus to reduce deaths and beat cancer

Lung Cancer Awareness: EU focus to reduce deaths and beat cancer

November is Lung Cancer Awareness month and EU bodies are joining forces to help beat the disease – encouraging the adoption of a parliamentary...

Blood test can replace invasive biopsy for lung cancer patients

A growing number of patients with advanced lung cancer could soon be offered a blood test instead of having to get a tumour sample...
Harnessing the immune system to reduce late detection of lung cancer

Harnessing the immune system to reduce late detection of lung cancer

Ground-breaking trial demonstrates potential of blood test which harnesses the power of the immune system to reduce late detection of lung cancer. Oncimmune Holdings plc.,...
Therapeutic targets identified for deadly non-small-cell lung carcinomas

Therapeutic targets identified for deadly non-small-cell lung carcinomas

Salk scientists discover a pair of enzymes that drive non-small-cell lung carcinomas, a form of deadly lung cancer, by promoting inflammation. 85% of deadly lung...
Liquid biopsies: detecting cancerous DNA in the blood of lung cancer patients

Liquid biopsies: detecting cancerous DNA in the blood of lung cancer patients

Published in the Annals of Oncology, using the blood of lung cancer patients, researchers have detected cancerous DNA, could this be an advancement in...
Have researchers found a new approach to treating aggressive cancer?

Have researchers found a new approach to treating aggressive cancer?

Researchers at MD Anderson, USA, discovered some forms of aggressive cancer may respond to a combination of immunotherapy and DNA damage repair inhibitors. According to...
What do you know about immune checkpoint inhibitors?

What do you know about immune checkpoint inhibitors?

Immune checkpoint inhibitors have become important tools for managing non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC), could the analysis identify individuals with malignant diseases? Reported in The Journal...
Small cell lung cancer: the world of highly lethal cancers

Small cell lung cancer: the world of highly lethal cancers

Researchers from Weill Cornell Medicine studied highly lethal cancers, using human embryonic stem cells to create a new model system specifically exploring small cell...
Find out how cigarette smoking causes lung cell exhaustion leading to TB

Find out how cigarette smoking causes lung cell exhaustion leading to TB

Researchers from Trinity College Dublin unveiled how lung cell exhaustion caused by cigarette smoking affects their power to battle diseases such as TB. Cigarette smoking...
KRAS protein mutations have varied effects on protein functions

KRAS protein mutations have varied effects on protein functions

A new study suggests that the effects of the KRAS protein mutations that underlie many different types of cancer are more diverse than previously...
A new way to target lung cancer could be on the horizon

A new way to target lung cancer could be on the horizon

A key molecular player has been identified by scientists in a sub-type of lung cancer which could lead to a new way to tackle...

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