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Black lung disease, also known as coal workers' pneumoconiosis (CWP) or simply black lung, is an occupational type of pneumoconiosis caused by long-term exposure to coal dust.

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Lung abnormality progression linked to acute respiratory disease in smokers - EurekAlert

Endometrial, lung, and survivorship studies headline Dana-Farber research at AACR Annual Meeting 2024 - EurekAlert

A lung-mimicking sealant helps repair surgical leaks

Unlocking the Lung’s Hidden Army of Flu Fighters

Chemical and mechanical forces combine to guide the development of the lung's branching pattern. This finding, in Current Biology, could help scientists design better organoids for therapeutic research.

Retinal images could predict future risk of heart or lung disease

SARS-CoV-2 BA.2.86 is less resistant to vaccine, but may be a problem in the lung

Significant progress in small-cell lung cancer research

Sniffing out lung diseases with a portable E-Nose

Lung cancer deaths cut in half with AstraZeneca pill

Lung Cancer Pill Halves Risk of Death in Some People

A lung injury therapy derived from adult skin cells

This Pill Can Halve The Risk of Death After Lung Cancer, Scientists Say

Real-world data suggests stopping immunotherapy after two years is reasonable in patients with advanced lung cancer

Lung cancer pill cuts risk of death by half, says ‘thrilling’ study

Researchers made the first wireless wearable ultrasound device that images tissue below the skin while patients move freely. The system could allow monitoring of blood pressure, heart health, and lung capacity in real time during daily activities, including physical exertion.

What the First Lung Delivered by Drone Means for Transplant Science

Revolutionizing Lung Transplantation: Donor Lungs Can Live Up to 4x Longer With New Storage Method

Researchers publish ground breaking clinical trial in lung transplantation

Scientists have developed a step-by-step blueprint to create advanced human lung models in the lab, which they say will accelerate the discovery and development of new drugs and reduce reliance on animal testing