Lung Cancer Research
Selected articles that are authored or coauthored by staff of CDC’s Division of Cancer Prevention and Control are summarized on the following pages. See a complete list of CDC-authored lung cancer research.
- Lung Cancer Survivors May Feel Blame
- Expected New Cancer Cases and Deaths in 2020
- 2 of 3 People Are Living At Least Five Years After Cancer Diagnosis
- Cancer Survival: The Start of Global Surveillance
- Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer, 1975–2008
Lung Cancer Research by CDC Prevention Research Centers
The following articles were supported by CDC’s Division of Cancer Prevention and Control through CDC’s Prevention Research Centers.
- Zeliadt SB, Heffner JL, Sayre G, Klein DE, Simons C, Williams J, Reinke LF, Au DH. Attitudes and perceptions about smoking cessation in the context of lung cancer screening. JAMA Internal Medicine 2015;175(9):1530–1537.
- Hoffman RM, Sussman AL, Getrich CM, Rhyne RL, Crowell RE, Taylor KL, Reifler EJ, Wescott PH, Murrietta AM, Saeed AI, Mishra SI. Attitudes and beliefs of primary care providers in New Mexico about lung cancer screening using low-dose computed tomography. Preventing Chronic Disease 2015;12:E108.