Sweden has the lowest smoking rate of any EU member state, at just 5.6%, just above the official 5% ‘smoke free’ limit used by international bodies, and is on track to become smoke free this year.
The administration plans to invest $15 million in smoking cessation programs targeting menthol and flavored tobacco use.
Researchers have concluded having a mental health diagnosis has no impact on cancer risk.
Vaccines may provide preventive treatment and more effective targeting of existing tumors.
Drugmakers are steering away from generic cancer options.
The higher mortality rates from breast cancer among black women are a significant public health concern that demands attention and action.
Telemedicine consultations and follow-ups are still preferred by most cancer patients.
NSCLC cancer may benefit more from surgery, but SCLC results remain the same.
Getting an ultrasound may help patients combat a cancer diagnosis.
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