metastatic cancer to lung

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metastatic cancer to lung

Cancer that has spread to the lung from primary cancers elsewhere in the body.

Primary cancers
Breast cancer, NHLs, osteosarcoma, neuroblastoma, Wilms tumour.

metastatic cancer to lung

Metastatic lung cancer Oncology CA that has spread to the lung Examples Breast CA, NHL, osteosarcoma, neuroblastoma, Wilms' tumor. See Lung cancer.
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Additional partnerships launching in November include joining with Amgen to promote the importance of bone health when living with metastatic lung cancer and LUNGevity's partnership with Celgene to provide information and support to lung cancer caregivers.
In this case, it revolves around the Last Will and Testament of one Seth Hubbard who, dying of metastatic lung cancer, committed suicide a day after writing a holographic Will, renouncing a prior Will, cutting out his family and leaving his fortune to his housekeeper and sometime care giver, a black woman who had worked for him for three years.
A 63-year-old man with metastatic lung cancer admitted for severe hip pain and malaise was noted to have erratic daily morning plasma glucose concentrations, with several critical values below 40 mg/dL (<2.
For patients with metastatic lung cancer, the cure rate is essentially zero.
Our investigation represents the first clear clinical evidence of the anti-angiogenic effect of zoledronic acid in patients with metastatic lung cancer.
Data indicated that fewer black patients underwent surgery to treat their disease and a greater percentage of these patients presented with metastatic lung cancer compared with white patients (44 percent vs.
The research, published in the European Respiratory Journal, revealed that talc stimulates healthy cells to produce endostatin, a hormone considered a magic bullet for treating metastatic lung cancer.
Nanoparticle-mda7 (INGN 403) has demonstrated in preclinical studies that the therapy results in potent anti-cancer effects and systemic tumor growth inhibition in an animal model of metastatic lung cancer.
Shirley Gipson has been diagnosed with inoperable metastatic lung cancer attributed to a cancerous tumor in her right lung,'' Miller wrote.
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