This book meets the experience of several researchers who dedicate many hours a day to find not only the cure of lung cancer but also the way to convert the pathology of this chronic disease.
Lung cancer is the number one cause of cancer deaths around the world.
This devastating disease takes strength not only in people who smoke but also in poor people that eat polluted food and use heating sources, and in those exposed naturally to toxic compounds present in indoor and outdoor environments. Lung cancer patients and their families wait actions from the science that give not only answer to their demands but also a light of hope at the moment of receiveing the diagnosis.
In 12 chapters, the lectures will give information related to the relationship of lung cancer and smoking habit, the crucial role of the image technology for diagnosis of lung cancer, and a molecular vision of prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of lung cancer. The authors with a clinic and/or lab vision and with a great spirit to collaborate with the science and with each past, present, and future patient and their families have dedicated many hours to write each chapter.
Probably, the final answer to find the cure of lung cancer is not in this book. However, the lectures will give scientific information that will contribute in the near future improvement to the life quality of the patients.
1 The Epidemiology of Tobacco and Lung Cancer: Some Conclusions from a Lifetime of Research
2 How Effective is Fear of Lung Cancer as a Smoking Cessation Motivator?
3 Low-Dose Computed Tomography Screening for Lung Cancer
4 Transthoracic Ultrasonography: Advantages and Limitations in the Assessment of Lung Cancer
5 Clinical Lung Cancer Mutation Detection
6 Sphingolipid in Lung Cancer Pathogenesis and Therapy
7 Prognostic and Predictive Value of PD-L1 in Patients with Lung Cancer
8 Checkpoint Inhibitors in Nonsmall Cell Lung Cancer
9 Repurposing Metformin for Lung Cancer Management
10 The Bioenergetic Role of Mitochondria in Lung Cancer
11 Long Non-Coding RNA in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancers
12 Antitumor Effect of Natural Product Molecules against Lung Cancer
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