DCEG researchers conduct studies on lung cancer. Selected studies include:
A study conducted in Finland to evaluate the long-term effects of vitamins on cancer incidence (lung and other cancers), and on overall and cause-specific mortality
In March 2012, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) completed a retrospective cohort mortality and nested case-control study of 12,315 workers at eight non-metal mining facilities to investigate risk of lung cancer in relation to quantitative measures of historical exposure to diesel exhaust, after taking into account smoking and other lung cancer risk factors
A large population-based case-control study designed to investigate the genetic and environmental determinants of lung cancer and smoking persistence
DCEG studies of lung cancer and infectious agents, including Chlamydophila pneumonia
A large cohort study of etiologic determinants of cancer carried out within an NCI trial for the evaluation of screening procedures for the early detection of prostate, lung, colon, and ovarian cancer (the PLCO Trial) at 10 U.S. screening centers
A case-control study of lung cancer and residential radon exposure in which investigators carried out both standard year-long air measurements and CR-39 alpha detector measurements (call surface monitors)
Sherlock lung is a comprehensive study that aims to trace lung cancer etiology in never smokers by analyzing genomic data in tumor and surrounding lung tissue.