Lung cancer and L Guide - Resources and Review

Index of information about diseases of the respiratory tract. Includes bronchial diseases, laryngeal diseases, lung diseases and respiratory system abnormalities.
An index of information relating to cancer. Includes information for patients, health care professionals and researchers.
Directory of resources relating to lung cancer, collating a range of information about the disease itself, treatment options, and support services available to both patients and their families. Although details of research programs, physicians, and hospitals are largely US focused, material concerning general facts, types of treatment, procedures, and complications are universally applicable.
Information on lung cancer, tuberculosis, emphysema and A1AD related emphysema, pneumonia, sarcoidosis, influenza, HIV / AIDS and lung disease, covering the causes, types, symptoms, and treatment of each.
Women's cancer information project. Includes details of cancer of the breast, cervix, ovary, fallopian tubes, lungs and skin, gestational trophoblastic tumour, endometrial cancer and sarcoma.
Details of various tobacco or health activities which aim to promote the concept of tobacco
free societies and lifestyles as the positive social norm, and to attain a worldwide decrease of tobacco use and the diseases caused by it. Includes a range of press releases and fact sheets.
Set of links to journals relevant to radiology, oncology and imaging. Some have only subscription information online, others have tables of contents, abstracts or full text.
Information about lung health for healthcare professionals and the public. Includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema, cystic fibrosis, influenza, lung cancer and tuberculosis.
Set of links to selected, evaluated and annotated Internet resources relevant to the respiratory system.
Information about lung cancer aimed principally at patients. Includes diagnosis, treatment, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery.
profit cancer information organisation. Provides patient-driven information (on 42 types of adult and paediatric cancers) for patients, their families, and their physicians.
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