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Prevention of Lung cancer

Prevention of Lung cancer:

Methods of prevention of Lung cancer mentioned in various sources includes those listed below. This prevention information is gathered from various sources, and may be inaccurate or incomplete. None of these methods guarantee prevention of Lung cancer.

Alternative Preventions for Lung cancer

Some of the measures that have been mentioned as possibly preventative for Lung cancer may include those below.

Note that some of these claims of prevention may not be correct, and may not prevent Lung cancer.

Medical news about treatments for Lung cancer

These medical news articles may be relevant to Lung cancer treatment:

Medications in Research in Prevention of Lung cancer

Some medications used in the research into prevention of Lung cancer include:

  • Aspirin - relevant for women
  • Acetylsalicylic acid - relevant for women
  • ASA - relevant for women
  • Added Strength Analgesic Pain Reliever - relevant for women
  • Adult Strength Pain Reliever - relevant for women
  • Aggrenox - relevant for women
  • Alka-Seltzer Effervescent Pain Reliever and Antacid - relevant for women
  • Alka-Seltzer Night Time - relevant for women
  • Alka-Seltzer Plus - relevant for women
  • Alka-Seltzer Plus Cold - relevant for women
  • Anacin - relevant for women
  • Anacin Maximum Strength - relevant for women
  • Anacin w/Codeine - relevant for women
  • Ancasal - relevant for women
  • APC - relevant for women
  • APC w/Codeine - relevant for women
  • APO-ASA - relevant for women
  • Arthritis Pain Formula - relevant for women
  • Arthritis Strength Bufferin - relevant for women
  • A.S.A. Enseals - relevant for women
  • Asasantine - relevant for women
  • Ascriptin - relevant for women
  • Ascriptin A/D - relevant for women
  • Aspergum - relevant for women
  • Aspirin PROTECT - relevant for women
  • Asprimox - relevant for women
  • Astrin - relevant for women
  • Axotal - relevant for women
  • Azdone - relevant for women
  • Bayer Aspirin - relevant for women
  • Bayer Children's Chewable Aspirin - relevant for women
  • Bayer Enteric Aspirin - relevant for women
  • Bayer Plus - relevant for women
  • BC Powder - relevant for women
  • Buffaprin - relevant for women
  • Bufferin - relevant for women
  • Bufferin Arthritis Strength - relevant for women
  • Bufferin Extra Strength - relevant for women
  • Bufferin w/Codeine - relevant for women
  • Cama Arthritis Pain Reliever - relevant for women
  • Cardioprin - relevant for women
  • Carisoprodol Compound - relevant for women
  • Cope - relevant for women
  • Coricidin - relevant for women
  • Coryphen - relevant for women
  • Coryphen-Codeine - relevant for women
  • C2 Buffered - relevant for women
  • Darvon Compound - relevant for women
  • Dorect Fpr,I;aru As[orom - relevant for women
  • Dristan - relevant for women
  • Easprin - relevant for women
  • Ecotrin - relevant for women
  • 8-Hour Bayer - relevant for women
  • Empirin - relevant for women
  • Empirin w/Codeine No. 2,4 - relevant for women
  • Entrophen - relevant for women
  • Excedrin - relevant for women
  • Excedrin Extra Strength Geltabs - relevant for women
  • Excedrin Migraine - relevant for women
  • Fiorinal - relevant for women
  • Firoinal-C - relevant for women
  • Firoinal w/Codeine - relevant for women
  • Genacote - relevant for women
  • Genprin - relevant for women
  • Goody's Headache Powder - relevant for women
  • Halprin - relevant for women
  • Hepto - relevant for women
  • Lortab ASA - relevant for women
  • Low Dose Adult Chewable Aspirin - relevant for women
  • Marnal - relevant for women
  • Maximum Bayer Aspirin - relevant for women
  • Measurin - relevant for women
  • Midol Caplets - relevant for women
  • Momentum - relevant for women
  • Norgesic - relevant for women
  • Norgesic Forte - relevant for women
  • Norwich Aspirin - relevant for women
  • Mpvasem - relevant for women
  • Orphenadrine - relevant for women
  • PAP w/Codeine - relevant for women
  • Percodan - relevant for women
  • Percodan-Demi - relevant for women
  • Phenaphen - relevant for women
  • Phenaphen No. 2, 3, 4 - relevant for women
  • Propoxyphene Compound - relevant for women
  • Riphen-10 - relevant for women
  • Robaxisal - relevant for women
  • Robaxisal-C - relevant for women
  • Roxiprin - relevant for women
  • 692 - relevant for women
  • SK-65 Compound - relevant for women
  • Soma Compound - relevant for women
  • St. Joseph Children's Aspirin - relevant for women
  • Supasa - relevant for women
  • Synalgos - relevant for women
  • Synalgos-DC Tablet - relevant for women
  • Triaphen-10 - relevant for women
  • 217 - relevant for women
  • 217 Strong - relevant for women
  • 292 - relevant for women
  • Vanquish - relevant for women
  • Verin - relevant for women
  • Wesprin - relevant for women
  • Zorprin - relevant for women
  • Direct Formulary Aspirin - relevant for women
  • Halfprin - relevant for women
  • Novasen - relevant for women
  • More research »

Clinical Trials for Lung cancer

Some of the clinical trials for Lung cancer include:

Curable Types of Lung cancer

Possibly curable or rare types of Lung cancer include:

Rare Types of Lung cancer:

Some rare types of Lung cancer include:

Latest Treatments for Lung cancer

Some of the more recent treatments for Lung cancer include:

Treatments for Lung cancer

Treatments to consider for Lung cancer may include:

Prevention of Lung cancer:

Researchers continue to study the causes of lung cancer and to search for ways to prevent it. We already know that the best way to prevent lung cancer is to quit (or never start) smoking. The sooner a person quits smoking the better. Even if you have been smoking for many years, it's never too late to benefit from quitting. (Source: excerpt from What You Need To Know About Lung Cancer: NCI)

Prevention Claims: Lung cancer

Information on prevention of Lung cancer comes from many sources. There are some sources that claim preventive benefits for many different diseases for various products. We may present such information in the hope that it may be useful, however, in some cases claims of Lung cancer prevention may be dubious, invalid, or not recognized in mainstream medicine. Please discuss any treatment, discontinuation of treatment, or change of treatment plans with your doctor or professional medical specialist.

 

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