Medicare's 2015 Coverage Of CT Lung Cancer Screening: Who Is Eligible And Why?

Lung cancer deaths can be prevented through screening with low dose helical computed tomography (LDCT).

Focusing Talent In The Fight Against Cancer: The Israel Cancer Research Fund

The Israel Cancer Research Fund (ICRF) supports cancer research in Israel.

Dr Lee Wattenberg, ‘Father Of Chemoprevention,’ Dies At 92

The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) described this pioneering researcher as the “father of cancer prevention.”

Sputum Test May Boost Accuracy Of CT Scans For Lung Cancer

Lung CT scans are gaining acceptance as a noninvasive means of spotting lung cancer early, when it is most treatable.

Cologuard®: A New Test For Reducing The Risk Of Colon Cancer

Steven H. Itzkowitz, MD

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the second most common cancer affecting men and women. Fortunately, though, it is highly preventable if individuals over age 50 undergo screening.

Colon Cancer and Polyp

Concern Rises Over Safety Of Chinese-Made E-Cigarettes

Experts point to the source of most of the world’s vaping products, China, and worry that a lack of regulatory oversight in factories there could be putting consumers’ health at risk.

Letter From the Editors

Over the past 100 years, the rise of chronic diseases, notably cancer and cardiovascular disease, has sparked a continuing interest in prevention and early detection.

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2015 July - December