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An uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells that develops in lung tissue. It is the leading cause of cancer death in the U.S. for both men and women.


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    Lung Cancer Gets Personal

    Lung cancer counts for 25% of all cancer deaths in the U.S. That's why every day, researchers search relentlessly to unearth more innovative breakthroughs. Thanks to their dedication, there are now 240 immuno-oncology treatments in development to give hope and a future for patients with cancer.


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Looking Ahead Toward a Bright Future

Today, August 1, marks World Lung Cancer Day, which aims to raise awareness not only of the devastating effects of the disease, but also of the hope provided to patients through advances in treatments we’ve made in previous years.

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Researcher Profile: Ted Johnson

Ted Johnson has spent his career working to find better and more innovative treatments for cancer.

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Battling Cancer Together

At age 24, medical student Matt Hiznay was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer.

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Researcher Profile: Tom Marsilje

It was supposed to be one of the best days of Tom Marsilje's life. After years of hard work and determination, the research team he was a member of had developed a new drug to treat lung cancer.

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A Pipeline of Promise: Immuno-oncology

We are in a new era of medicine, powered in part by the advancements and innovations being made in the field of immuno-oncology or immunotherapy

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The Promise of Personalized Medicine

Discover how America's Biopharmaceutical Companies developed groundbreaking weapons to destroy the body's rogue cells.