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Lung cancer is the world's most common cancer and kills more people than any other cancer. In 2008, approximately 1.52 million new cases of lung cancer were diagnosed worldwide, with 1.31 million people dying from the disease.(14) In the United States, an estimated 161,840 deaths, accounting for 29 percent of all cancer deaths, occurred in 2008, according to the American Cancer Society (ACS).
Variation In How Side Effects Are Reported Clouds Drug Safety

Variation In How Side Effects Are Reported Clouds Drug Safety

Study shows how tumor cells respond to nutrient deficiency

Study shows how tumor cells respond to nutrient deficiency

Researchers Discover Potential Boost To Immunotherapy

Researchers Discover Potential Boost To Immunotherapy

New CRISPR technology targets thousands of genes

New CRISPR technology targets thousands of genes

WDR74 modulates melanoma tumorigenesis and metastasis through the RPL5–MDM2–p53 pathway

WDR74 modulates melanoma tumorigenesis and metastasis through the RPL5–MDM2–p53 pathway

A new study finds a potential immunotherapeutic pan-target on cancer cells

A new study finds a potential immunotherapeutic pan-target on cancer cells

Clinical lipidomics in understanding of lung cancer: Opportunity and challenge

Clinical lipidomics in understanding of lung cancer: Opportunity and challenge

Potential biomarker for lung cancer prognosis revealed

Potential biomarker for lung cancer prognosis revealed