LUNG CANCER

LUNG CANCER

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  1. FILE PHOTO: A man exercises on steps near the Lincoln Memorial in Washington

    Current and ex-smokers may lower lung cancer risk with exercise: Study

    Men who are current or former smokers may be less likely to develop or die from lung cancer when they're more physically fit, a recent study suggests.
  2. FILE PHOTO: Logo of global biopharmaceutical company Bristol-Myers Squibb is pictured on the blouse

    Bristol-Myers immunotherapy combo outperforms chemo in lung cancer survival: study

    About 40per cent of patients who received a combination of Bristol-Myers Squibb Co's immuno-oncology drugs Opdivo and Yervoy as an initial ...
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    E-sniffer predicts non-responders to lung cancer immunotherapy

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    Amgen drug shrinks lung cancer tumors in half of patients: study

  5. Swiss drugmaker Novartis' logo is seen in Stein

    Novartis wins FDA's breakthrough tag for lung cancer hopeful

    Novartis has secured the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Breakthrough Therapy Designation for its investigational medicine capmatinib, which ...
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    AstraZeneca's Tagrisso gets China OK for type of lung cancer

  7. A screen displays the share price for pharmaceutical maker AbbVie on the floor of the New York Stoc

    AbbVie terminates late-stage lung cancer trial

    AbbVie Inc on Thursday said it will discontinue the late-stage trial testing its experimental treatment for a type of lung cancer after it failed ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: Logo of Swiss drugmaker Roche is seen at its headquarters in Basel

    Roche's Tecentriq recommended for EU approval to treat lung cancer form

    The European Medicine Agency's Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use has recommended EU approval of Roche's cancer immunotherapy ...
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    When hurricanes halt treatment, lung cancer patients die sooner

  10. A lit cigarette burns in Sydney, Australia

    Lung cancer screening guidelines may miss more African Americans at risk

    Current lung cancer screening guidelines may need to be less restrictive when it comes to African American smokers, a new study suggests.