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Opioids Less Effective Than Expected.
While the U.S. is undergoing an opioid epidemic, new findings show that the millions of people who take opioids for back pain may not experience pain relief, and suffer side effects in addition. In a study of 2,030 people with low back pain, almost half took

Disrupting Cancer’s Energy Source

Virtually all cancers can form metastatic tumors, and a malignant tumor in one part of the body can spread with relative ease to distant locations, creating new and distinct cancers. Tumor cells can travel efficiently via blood, lymphatics, or even across body cavities. Lungs and liver, brains and bone are

Consider Screening Before You Develop Lung Cancer Symptoms

Consider Screening Before You Develop Lung Cancer Symptoms

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death, accounting for more than a quarter of all deaths from cancer, according to The American Cancer Society. One reason for this high mortality rate is that lung cancer symptoms usually don’t manifest until the disease has reached an advanced state.

Yet, caught

Elderly Diseases: The Big 12

Elderly Diseases: The Big 12

For both the youthful and the elderly, diseases can be a reality, and they require attention. Many different diseases can affect the human body, but certain ones rank among the most common causes of major illness in older adults. Some of these elderly diseases affect both men and women and

New Treatment Options for Lung Cancer Can Save, Extend Lives

Lung cancer is the second most common type of cancer and the top cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S., according to the National Cancer Institute (NCI). However, recent advances in lung cancer treatment and an approval for annual screening of at-risk persons mean that patients with lung cancer have

Melanoma Drug Could Be Used To Treat Common Form of Lung Cancer

Pembrolizumab, a drug that has already been proven to extend the lives of people with advanced melanoma has recently been approved by the Food and Drug Administration to treat advanced, non-small cell lung cancer. (Non-small cell lung cancer accounts for approximately 85 percent of all lung cancers.) The study, the

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