Providence School Outreach hosted more than 125 high school students for a live “Chest Watch” surgery as Dr. John Handy performed an initial lung thoracoscopy and then lobectomy on a life-long smoker.
Advanced imaging now leads to earlier detection and better outcomes. Which of your patients will benefit most from annual screening?
Even if boomers are able to kick the smoking habit – or even if they never smoked at all – they still may be at risk of lung cancer.
In honor of The Great American Smokeout on Nov. 15, Dr. Jain explains why quitting is so hard and offers ways to help kick the habit.
November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month – and a good time to ask yourself a serious question: Could your house be giving you lung cancer?
Providence begins work on national lung cancer collaborative
"There is still a long road ahead, but now it's lined with some successes," says Walter Urba, M.D., Ph.D.