Lung Cancer Articles

U.S. Cancer Deaths Drop Slightly

February 10, 2006

Cancer deaths in the U.S. showed a slight drop in 2003 for the first time since 1930, according to estimates appearing in a report released February 9th called Cancer Facts & Figures, which has been published annually by the American Cancer Society since 1952.

The Kennedy Statement on Asbestos Legislation

February 7, 2006

Senator Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts gives reasons for why he is against the Asbestos Trust Fund Bill (S.852) in its current form. The bill would establish a fund to compensate cancer patients who were victims of asbestos exposure.

Houston Area Lung Cancer Rates Higher Than Average

February 5, 2006

A study by the Texas Cancer Registry finds 18 Houston-area ZIP codes with results above average for lung cancer. A story from the Houston Chronicle.

Mesothelioma Treatment 101

January 27, 2006

Some general information on the treatment options of Mesothelioma.

James Hardie to Sign Asbestos Compensation Deal

December 1, 2005

The home siding giant to sign a $1.2 billion deal to compensate it's asbestos victims today. James Hardie is the biggest seller of home sidings in the U.S., where it gets 80 percent of its profit.

A Future Lost: One Family's Asbestos Nightmare

November 25, 2005

Listen to one family's story where a proposed congressional bill to help asbestos victims would be too little, too late.

Mesothelioma Treatment 101

November 22, 2005

Discussing Various Treatment Therapies for Mesothelioma

U.S. Senate: Asbestos Fund Top Priority for 2006

November 17, 2005

A proposed $140 billion fund to pay lung cancer claims for victims of asbestos exposure will be the U.S. Senate's top priority next year, says Senator Frist.

New Cancer Test Uses Cheek Cells

November 3, 2005

A New Lung Cancer Test Could Help Early Detection

The 10 Essential Questions For Your Doctor

November 3, 2005

Important questions to ask your doctor about lung cancer.

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