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Updated Dec 28, 2009 in Navigating Care's resources ·
A must read article for patients when chemotherapy options are no longer working. You must log in and pay $15 to read the article, unfortunately. The publishers of this article don't allow it to ... more
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Uploaded Dec 28, 2009 in Brochioloalveolar Carcinoma (BAC)'s resources ·
In the last few years BAC has become increasingly studied and recognized as a distinct clinical subtype of lung cancer.
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Uploaded Dec 28, 2009 in Brochioloalveolar Carcinoma (BAC)'s resources ·
It sometimes seems as if there are at least a couple of diseases being labelled as BAC. In fact, that’s the case, and it’s been part of the confusion in why some people don’t fit a simplified view... more
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Uploaded Dec 28, 2009 in Brochioloalveolar Carcinoma (BAC)'s resources ·
While lobectomy or pneumonectomy may be the surgical treatment of choice for most NSCLC tumors in younger, fit patients, a limited resection may be an ideal choice in certain settings.
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Uploaded Dec 28, 2009 in Brochioloalveolar Carcinoma (BAC)'s resources ·
Bronchioloalveolar carcinoma, or BAC, is a subtype of lung adenocarcinoma that has a tendency to progress more slowly, stage for stage, than other types of lung cancer. There are many patients who... more
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Uploaded Dec 28, 2009 in Never Smoker's resources ·
Everyone is now familiar with the success stories of targeted agents in cancer therapy. A new promising targeted agent is Pfizer drug PF02341066, the story of which may be more analogous to the dev... more
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Uploaded Dec 28, 2009 in Never Smoker's resources ·
Results of the IPASS Trial for EGFR Mutation Status
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Uploaded Dec 28, 2009 in Never Smoker's resources ·
We’re recognizing more and more that lung cancer in never-smokers (LCINS) is a distinct disease, with different patterns of who gets it, how the cancer behaves, and it responds to treatments.
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Uploaded Dec 28, 2009 in Never Smoker's resources ·
There is increasing recognition that lung cancer in never-smokers may be a different disease. Some of this has been defined by working backward from treatment results, where we’ve seen that never-... more
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Uploaded Dec 28, 2009 in Never Smoker's resources ·
A review of some of the differences in the biology and clinical behavior of never-smoker lung cancers vs. the much more common lung cancer seen in current or former smokers.
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Neuroendocrine tumors are a type of cancer that can originate almost anywhere in the body. The most common sites from which neuroendocrine tumors arise are the lungs, appendix, small intestine, rec... more
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Carcinoid cancer is the term used to refer to tumors that originate in the nerve cells that produce hormones, also known as the neuroendocrine system. About half of these rare tumors begin in the d... more
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Uploaded Dec 14, 2009 in Robert Roose's resources · Like1
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Updated Dec 2, 2009 in Eva's resources · Like1
Everyone should check out First Descents - a kayak and outdoor experience for young adults with cancer. Their FB page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/First-Descents/120826974569