Improving Outcomes for Patients with Lung Cancer
November 2012

Personalized Oncology at the University of Michigan

New Study Builds Promise For Early Detection Of Lung Cancer
April 3, 2012

Last month, a team of researchers published a study (PDF) revealing a new blood test that may aid doctors in the early detection of lung cancer.

Interview: Jill M. Siegfried, PhD

Vice-Chair, National Lung Cancer Partnership Scientific Executive Committee

Death rate for lung cancer among women declines
Mar. 31, 2011

For the first time, women's death rates from lung cancer are dropping, possibly a turning point in the smoking-fueled epidemic.

Lauran Neergaard

AP Medical Writer

From a Trailer to a Multimillion-Dollar Research Clinic
March-April 2011

How one U-M doctor is charting a course for bringing breakthrough cancer research out of the lab and delivering it directly to patients.

Fara Warner


Blame's Net Catches Lung Cancer Patients
July 13, 2010

When it comes to advocacy and research funds, the leading cancer killer in the United States -- lung cancer -- clearly gets short shrift.

Jane E. Brody

New York Times

Scientists Weigh Stem Cells' Role as Cancer Cause
December 21, 2007

A debate over a hypothesis that cancers are fed by cancerous stem cells could affect the path of research.

Gina Kolata

New York Times