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Cure Research for Lung cancer

Medications currently used in research into the prevention of Lung cancer:

Note:You must always seek professional medical advice about any treatment or change in treatment plans.

Some of the different medications being 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

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:

Cure Research discussion for Lung cancer:

A large-scale study, known as the PLCO (Prostate, Lung, Colorectal, and Ovarian) Cancer Screening Trial, is currently evaluating the usefulness of a blood test for the tumor marker known as CA-125 and a test called transvaginal ultrasound for ovarian cancer screening. (Source: excerpt from What You Need To Know About Ovarian Cancer: NCI)

Medical research for Lung cancer: medical news summaries:

The following medical news items are relevant to medical research for Lung cancer:

Clinical Trials for Lung cancer

Some of the clinical trials for Lung cancer include:

Evidence Based Medicine Research for Lung cancer

Medical research papers related to Lung cancer include:

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