For fifty years the tobacco industry have known that cigarettes contain a dangerous isotope called Polonium 210. Knowing this fact the industry could have easily removed it but they did nothing and allow it to remain in...
After surviving breast cancer, 22 years later I was diagnosed with stage IV inoperable lung cancer. Read all about my trials and tribulations, and how I've decided to not let cancer get me.
Did a recent X-ray show dark spots on the lungs? They are not always what they seem
Someone else gets cancer, not me. That's what you think until it happens to you.
Introduction My aims and objectives of this project were to develop my understanding and knowledge on a topic which fascinates me-that of cancer research. Not only is it a topic which causes great distress to the...
Bronchial carcinoma accounts for 95% of primary lung tumours. The rest are benign tumours and rarer types of cancers, e.g alveolar cell carcinoma.
My cousin died three years ago from second hand smoking. Her fault? Working in an office full of smokers. The smokers are still around, she is dead after being bedridden with a pitiful, metastasizing and deadly lung...
Relief, Joy, and Gratitude are just a few words to describe how it felt to get an all clear after a worrisome cat scan.
The World Health Organisation has issued an urgent warning that diesel fumes should be classified as a 'known carcinogen'. Learn why here.
A look into a typical week in my life as a cancer survivor. There are many highs and lows in the journey and worry is the biggest obstacle