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Luteolin attenuates migration and invasion of lung cancer cells via suppressing focal adhesion kinase and non-receptor tyrosine kinase signaling pathway

Masraksa W, Tanasawet , Hutamekalin P, Wongtawatchai T, Sukketsiri W

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Non-small cell lung cancer is mostly recognized among other types of lung cancer with a poor prognosis by cause of chemotherapeutic resistance and increased metastasis. Luteolin has been found...
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Psoriasiform Dermatitis Related with T-Cell Immunoreceptor with Immunoglobulin and Immunoreceptor Tyrosine-Based Inhibitory Motif Domains Inhibitor in a Patient with Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer

Choi Y, Jang D, Byun HJ, Oh SJ, Kim CR, Park JH, Lee JH, Lee DY

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The MicroRNA hsa-let-7g Promotes Proliferation and Inhibits Apoptosis in Lung Cancer by Targeting HOXB1

Cui F, Zhou Q, Xiao K, Ma S

PURPOSE: The goal of this study was to explore the effects of hsa-let-7g on cell proliferation and apoptosis, and elucidate its role in lung cancer development. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The expression...
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Radiomics in Lung Cancer from Basic to Advanced: Current Status and Future Directions

Lee G, Park H, Bak SH, Lee HY

Ideally, radiomics features and radiomics signatures can be used as imaging biomarkers for diagnosis, staging, prognosis, and prediction of tumor response. Thus, the number of published radiomics studies is increasing...
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Applying Extended Theory of Planned Behavior for Lung Cancer Patients Undergone Pulmonary Resection: Effects on Self-Efficacy for Exercise, Physical Activities, Physical Function, and Quality of Life

Lim Y, Lee H, Kim DH, Kim YD

PURPOSE: This study aims to examine the effects of nursing interventions based on the Extended Theory of Planned Behavior (ETPB) regarding self-efficacy for exercise (SEE), physical activity (PA), physical function...
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Performances of CYFRA 21-1, Carcinoembryonic Antigen and Their Combination for Lung Cancer Diagnosis

Kim JJ, Ahn HJ, Park Y

BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to compare the efficiency of cytokeratin 19 fragment (CYFRA 21-1) and carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA) for the diagnosis of lung cancer and to establish...
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Current Status of Immunotherapy for Lung Cancer and Future Perspectives

Kim HC, Choi CM

Lung cancer remains the most common cause of cancer-related deaths worldwide. Although there are many possible treatments, including targeted therapies such as epidermal growth factor receptor tyrosine kinase inhibitors and...
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Chemoradiotherapy versus radiotherapy alone following induction chemotherapy for elderly patients with stage III lung cancer

Kim DY, Song C, Kim SH, Kim YJ, Lee JS, Kim JS

PURPOSE: It is unclear whether adding concurrent chemotherapy (CT) to definitive radiotherapy (RT) following induction CT is a tolerable and cost effective treatment for non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients aged...
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Application of Artificial Intelligence in Lung Cancer Screening

Lee SM, Park CM

Lung cancer is a leading cause of deaths due to cancer, worldwide. At present, low-dose computed tomography (CT) is the only established screening method for reducing lung cancer mortality. However,...
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Risk Prediction Model for Lung Cancer Screening

Kim TJ, Kim HY, Goo JM, Sun JS

Lung cancer screening in high-risk subjects using low-dose CT can reduce mortality by 20%. Current evidence suggests that the development of a risk prediction model for lung cancer is one...
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Lung Cancer Screening with Low-Dose CT: Current Status in Other Countries

Goo JM

Lung cancer is the leading cause of death from cancer worldwide. The most effective way to reduce lung cancer mortality is early detection and treatment. Two large randomized controlled trials...
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Significant Abnormalities Other than Lung Cancer in Korean Lung Cancer CT Screening

Yoon SH, Hong J, Hwang EJ, Kim H, Lim HJ, Suh YJ, Kim HY, Goo JM

A low-dose chest CT is performed for early detection of lung cancer, but the CT scan frequently shows several incidental abnormalities. Identification of the incidental findings may enable early detection...
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National Lung Cancer Screening in Korea: Introduction and Imaging Quality Control

Kim HY

Before the implementation of lung cancer screening as a national cancer screening program, the Korean Lung Cancer Screening Project was performed to evaluate its effectiveness and feasibility. A national lung...
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Preface for Special Issue on Update of Lung Cancer Screening with Low-Dose CT

Goo JM

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CT Evaluation for Clinical Lung Cancer Staging: Do Multiplanar Measurements Better Reflect Pathologic T-Stage than Axial Measurements?

Park S, Lee SM, Choe J, Lee JG, Lee SM, Do KH, Seo JB

OBJECTIVE: To retrospectively investigate whether tumor size assessment on multiplanar reconstruction (MPR) CT images better reflects pathologic T-stage than evaluation on axial images and evaluate the additional value of measurement...
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Collaborative Care to Relieve Psychological Distress in Patients with Medically Inoperable Lung Cancer: Design and Rationale for a Clinical Trial

Kim SY, Kim SW, Shin IS, Oh IJ, Park CK, Kim YC, Kim JM

Psychological distress is common in lung cancer patients with a poor prognosis. The present study aims to investigate the efficacy of collaborative care for patients with newly diagnosed inoperable lung...
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Higher Age Puts Lung Cancer Patients at Risk for Not Receiving Anti-cancer Treatment

Choi WI, Choi J, Kim MA, Lee G, Jeong J, Lee CW

PURPOSE: We aimed to determine the demographic and epidemiologic variables that are associated with no treatment in lung cancer patients. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Patient data were collected from the Korean National...
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Alterations in PD-L1 Expression Associated with Acquisition of Resistance to ALK Inhibitors in ALK-Rearranged Lung Cancer

Kim SJ, Kim S, Kim DW, Kim M, Keam B, Kim TM, Lee Y, Koh J, Jeon YK, Heo DS

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the relationships between the resistance of anaplastic lymphoma kinase (ALK)‒positive non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) to ALK inhibitors and the programmed...
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High-Dose Thoracic Re-irradiation of Lung Cancer Using Highly Conformal Radiotherapy Is Effective with Acceptable Toxicity

Hong JH, Kim YS, Lee SW, Lee SJ, Kang JH, Hong SH, Hong JY, Cheon G

PURPOSE: Thoracic re-irradiation (re-RT) of lung cancer has been challenged by the tolerance doses of normal tissues. We retrospectively analyzed local control, overall survival (OS) and toxicity after thoracic re-RT...
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Follicular Bronchiolitis Mimicking Lung Cancer in a Patient with Primary Sjögren's Syndrome

Shin S, Ha YJ, Kang EH, Song YW, Lee YJ

Follicular bronchiolitis (FB) is an uncommon pulmonary lymphoproliferative disorder that is characterized by the presence of peribronchiolar hyperplastic lymphoid follicles with reactive germinal centers. FB could be associated with systemic...
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