Lungs

Diet as Risk for Lung Cancer: A Swedish Case-Control Study

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Abstract: A case-control study was undertaken to study lung cancer in relation to dietary habits, occupational exposure, and living in urban or country areas. Suspect lung cancer cases in West Sw...

Butt out Live life lung cancer-free

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The article emphasizes the risk factors of smoking. Smoking is the main cause of lung cancer which kills more people daily than breast and prostate cancer. It causes lung cancer due to the smoke ...

n-3 Fatty Acids From Fish Oil and Preferential Cox-2 Inhibition on Systemic Syndromes in Patients With Advanced Lung Cancer

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Effects of Eicosapentaenoic and Docosahexaenoic n-3 Fatty Acids From Fish Oil and Preferential Cox-2 Inhibition on Systemic Syndromes in Patients With Advanced Lung Cancer

Under the common denomination of Systemic Immune-Metabolic Syndrome (SIMS), we grouped many symptoms that share a similar pathophysiologic background. SIMS is the result of the dysfunctional inte...

Interaction Among Heme Iron, Zinc, and Supplemental Vitamin C Intake on the Risk of Lung Cancer: Iowa Women's Health Study

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Abstract: Redox-active iron present at physiological levels in the pulmonary epithelial lining fluid may lead to damage of lung tissue under some circumstances. For example, factors that increase...

Associations Between Black Tea and Coffee Consumption and Risk of Lung Cancer Among Current and Former Smokers

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Although cigarette smoking is a clear risk factor for lung cancer, the other determinants of lung cancer risk among smokers are less clear. Tea and coffee contain catechins and flavonoids, which ...

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