Robotic-assisted bronchoscopy can diagnose lung cancer at its earliest stages when it's easier to treat and cure.
Skin, breast, prostate and lung are the most commonly diagnosed cancers in the U.S. Learn how to reduce your risk.
Dr. Shanda Blackmon, a Mayo Clinic thoracic surgeon, shares what she tells her patients about lung cancer surgery, recovery and survivorship.
Thoracic oncologist and lung cancer specialist Dr. Rami Manochakian discusses advances in lung cancer management and early diagnosis.
Thoracic surgeon Dr. Stephen Cassivi explains how lung cancer screening programs can save lives.
Dr. J. Taylor Hays, director of Mayo Clinic's Nicotine Dependence Center, explains why menthol-flavored cigarettes cause concern.
A new blog series to raise awareness about clinical trials and their important role in cancer care.
Wendy Sherman, M.D., discusses using liquid biopsy to care for people with breast, lung and gastric cancer that has spread to the brain and spinal cord.
Annual lung cancer screening is now recommended for adults ages 50-80 who have a 20 pack-year smoking history.
Not only is November Lung Cancer Awareness Month, but also Nov. 18 is the Great American Smokeout. And that makes this the ideal time to talk about lung cancer and smoking.