Climate Change | New Lung Cancer Trial | Lymphomatoid Granulomatosis, Cancer Information Highlights, 04/12/2023

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Cancer Information Highlights
From the National Cancer Institute
Updating you about cancer causes, prevention, screening, treatment, coping, and more
New from NCI
Cancer and Climate Change
color-coded satelite image of a hurricane   Extreme weather events can affect cancer risk and access to care. Researchers are studying how to lessen the impact and better understand the effect of climate change on the risk of developing cancer.
Pragmatica-Lung Cancer Treatment Trial
illustration of a pair of lungs   Pragmatica-Lung is a phase 3 clinical trial for people with non-small cell lung cancer that has spread beyond the lungs. Learn more about this study, which uses a design that removes many of the barriers that prevent people from joining clinical trials.
Immunotherapy Helps People with Lymphomatoid Granulomatosis

Lymphomatoid granulomatosis is a rare condition that can lead to cancer. An NCI study shows that people can live for decades when their low-grade lymphomatoid granulomatosis is treated with interferon alfa-2b, a type of immunotherapy.
Announcing the National Cancer Plan

Everyone has a role to play in making progress against cancer. Learn more about the goals of the National Cancer Plan and how you can get involved.

PDQ Updates
Cancer Prevention Overview

Cancer prevention methods include avoiding things known to cause cancer, having a healthy lifestyle, and getting screened. Learn more about ways to help prevent cancer.
Treatment of Vulvar Cancer and Vaginal Cancer

Vulvar cancer and vaginal cancer are not common. Learn about risk factors and symptoms and how these cancers are diagnosed and treated.
Also of Interest
Video: Patient Safety in Cancer Clinical Trials

This video explains how the safety of clinical trial participants is protected while they take part in research studies.
Contact Us for Help

Information specialists at NCI’s Cancer Information Service (CIS), NCI's contact center, are available to help answer your cancer-related questions in English and Spanish. Reach us by phone, chat, or email.