Tag Archives: Lung

It’s time to change the face of lung cancer

“Please don’t tell my family,” Mary (identifying information changed) immediately asked me after I disclosed the results of her lymph node biopsy and diagnosis of metastatic non-small cell lung cancer. At the time, I was a first-year oncology fellow. Initially, I thought it was a normal reaction (an example of my lack of experience). I… Read More »

Lung Function in Asthma Improves With Add-On Tiotropium

November 16, 2018 Share this content: Regardless of immunoglobulin E levels and blood eosinophil counts, add-on tiotropium improved lung function compared with placebo. This article is part of Pulmonology Advisor‘s coverage of the ACAAI 2018 meeting, taking place in Seattle, Washington. Our staff will report on medical research related to allergy, asthma, and more conducted… Read More »