Michael Spandorfer, MDPulmonologist and Critical Care SpecialistRoper St. Francis Healthcare Who is at risk for lung cancer?Smoking cigarettes, cigars and
Pam was feeling fine the day she found the lump on her neck. But a couple of days later, her
A 59-year old woman will live cancer free after a life-saving surgery Monday that cured her early stage lung cancer.
Current and former smokers have 25 times the risk of developing lung cancer compared to non-smokers. The good news is
Paula knew that, as a smoker, she was at risk for cancer, but didn’t know there was a simple screening
Every year, lung cancer kills more people than breast, prostate and colon cancers combined. And not only is it the
Roper St. Francis’ affordable new lung cancer screenings will help save lives. It’s early November and the pink ribbons so
“I made the mistake of asking my oncologist about my survivability,” she said. “Don’t ever do that. He told me
When James’ wife encouraged him to see a doctor about a lingering illness, he found out he had lung cancer.