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What Women Should Know About Lung Cancer

This form of cancer poses the highest risk to women and it’s on the rise

Lung cancer is actually the leading cause of cancer deaths among women in the U.S.…

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Black Smokers Less Likely to be Screened for Lung Cancer

How racial differences influence smoking patterns

Research shows that the differences in smoking habits between black and white folks may lead…

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What Happens When You Quit Smoking?

When you put out the cancer sticks, nothing but good happens!

No doubt about it: Smoking is bad. But what happens when you quit? It all…

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American Lung Association Report: Lung Cancer Awareness Among Women Still Low

The 2016 Women’s Lung Health Barometer reveals critically low awareness and understanding of the disease

Learn about a report released by The American Lung Association’s Lung Force initiative detailing women’s…

By Lisa Fraser

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5 Alarming Statistics that Prove We Need Greater Awareness Around Lung Cancer

May 8-14 marks National Women's Lung Health Week

The American Lung Association launches the Lung Force initiative to bring about awareness around women…

By Courtney Connley

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Taking a Stand Against Tobacco

22-year-old activist is determined to stop young people from smoking

Growing up in Durham, North Carolina, in the heart of tobacco country, Chad Bullock understood…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Talking Points: What You Need to Know

Though African American men and white men smoke cigarettes at roughly the same rate—25.5% compared…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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Smokers With Cancer Could Quit And Double Survival

LONDON (AP) — People with early lung cancer who quit smoking could double their chances…

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