An article in the most recent issue of the Journal of Thoracic Oncology detailed a study on patients who quit smoking with ease. The study showed that patients whose experience in quitting smoking had few or no troubles also developed lung cancer within three years of quitting. The study subjects quit smoking well before they… Continue reading Can Quitting Smoking Easily Be a Symptom of Lung Cancer?
Fatigue is a common symptom of advanced mesothelioma. Fatigue is also commonly linked with cancer treatment and has an occurrence rate of 90% among patients receiving chemotherapy. There are many potentially underlying causes for both the symptoms. In majority of patients, the etiology of both the symptoms is multifactorial, with several of these contributing interrelated… Continue reading Fatigue and Mesothelioma
A recent report from researchers at the University of California at San Diego has revealed that the habit of smoking at least one pack (20 cigarettes) a day has severely declined over the last fifty years. Investigators observed that the rate of decline was particularly noteworthy in California, where lung cancer rates also fell in… Continue reading Heavy Cigarette Smoking On the Decline