People who occasionally smoke or those who have consistently consumed less than one cigarette a day are still at a higher risk of dying earlier than non-smokers.
A new study from the University of Chicago and University of Barcelona revealed that people who are suffering from intermittent hypoxia or an irregular lack of air caused by sleep apnea are more likely to develop advanced and deadly lung cancer.
According to a new report from the American Cancer Society, the number of women dying from cancer is expected to increase 60% by 2030.
A new research suggests that despite dog's uncanny ability of detecting illnesses, identifying lung cancer is not one of them.
Scientists have discovered a protein that may be an unexplored target to develop a new class of therapies for aggressive cancers, such as cancer of the lungs and pancreas.
Chinese researchers to perform first ever human trial of the CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing technique to fight non-small lung cancer.
Research has found that patients with lung cancer who have surgery live longer than those who did not.
The rising air pollution in urban cities is hurting millions worlwide, and it is worst in poorer countries, WHO notes. Those people effected usually succumb to death because of respiratory diseases, stroke, heart disease and lung cancer.
Evidence proves that exposure to second hand smoke lowers the immunity of children.
According to the American Lung Association (ALA), more than half of the American population resides in "unhealthy hot spots." Are you one of them?
Despite decades of public health campaigning, it turns out that many smokers underestimate the dangers of smoking even just a few cigarettes, according to a new study.
Detecting cancer early on is key to combating its effects, and now scientists have developed a way to detect lung cancer on your breath, according to new research.
Lung cancer can stay secret in your body for over 20 years before it turns into its aggressive form, according to new research.
Scientists are close to developing the most non-invasive lung cancer test yet. All patients will need to do, researchers say, is breathe.