Shame or guilt, anger, depression, defensiveness, confusion, or even stark misconceptions can lurk below the surface of a lung cancer diagnosis.
Low-dose computed tomography (LDCT) screening for lung cancer represents a vital new opportunity to more frequently catch tumors early, when they often can be cured with surgery.
For a quarter-century, UT Southwestern has been blazing the path for the lung cancer treatments of tomorrow, as well as the care of today.
Assaults on KRAS. Researchers are finding new ways to neutralize the impact of the KRAS gene mutation, a notorious molecular villain in lung as well as other cancers.
It takes a village to provide comprehensive lung cancer care.
Pervasive and particularly deadly, lung cancer has remained intractable even as other cancers have yielded more readily to treatment advances. But science is steadily shedding light on therapeutic approaches that may begin to turn the odds of beating the disease in lung cancer patients’ favor.
Advanced imaging technology, a quartercentury of foundational radiological studies, and extensive resources focused on lung cancer and metabolism are bearing fruit in innovative new research at UT Southwestern.
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“Cancer care at the highest level. Anywhere.” It’s a bold statement about UT Southwestern’s cancer-fighting capabilities, but it’s one that’s backed by an objective measure.