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P0001
Contains 9 Studies
A male, never smoker, diagnosed age 45, NSCLC Stage IV, multiple recurrences and chemo rounds.
P0003
Contains 1 Study
A female lung cancer patient with 83 pack years of expsoure was diagnosed with stage IIIA NSCLC at 61 years of age. This study contains a 3.75mm slice thickness, 240 mA CT scan acquired with contrast enhancement at the time of diagnosis.
P0004
Contains 1 Study
A 40 year old female subject with a family history of lung cancer was CT screened for lung cancer. This study contains a 1.25mm slice thickness, 80 mA CT scan acquired during CT screening. A 5mm slice thickness reconstruction is also provided.
P0005
Contains 1 Study
A female lung cancer patient with 14.5 pack years of expsoure was diagnosed with stage IIIA NSCLC. This patient had quit smoking prior to the lung cancer diagnosis. This study contains several 5.0mm slice thickness series acquired on a Siemens Definition scanner with contrast enhancement at the time of cancer diagnosis.
P0006
Contains 4 Studies
A female never smoker lung cancer patient was diagnosed with stage I BAC in the right lung at 61 years of age. The patient had a recurrence in the left lung at age 63. This study contains two 2.5mm slice thickness, 100 mA CT series acquired without contrast enhancement on a GE LightSpeed VCT scanner.
P0007
Contains 1 Study
A female, never smoker, who was diagnosed at age 64 with Stage IIIA NSCLC.
P0009
Contains 17 Studies
This male male was diagnosed at age 61 with Stage IV NSCLC. He was a light smoker forty years earlier. Four years after diagnosis he had metastasis to the the adrenal and a new primary in the bladder. He has had multiple treatments.
P0010
Contains 16 Studies
A female, diagnosed at age 50 with Stage IB BAC had a bi-lobectomy and chemotherapy. She had smoked a pack a day for 8 years but quit 26 years prior to diagnosis.
P0011
Contains 5 Studies
A female who never smoked was diagnosed at age 70.
P0012
Contains 1 Study
A female never smoker lung cancer patient was diagnosed with stage IIIB NSCLC at 31 years of age. This study contains a 2.5mm and 3.75mm slice thickness series acquired with contrast enhancement at the time of diagnosis.
P0013
Contains 7 Studies
A male who never smoked was diagnosed at age 39 with Stage IV NSCLC adenocarcinoma and died two years later.
P0014
Contains 1 Study
A 64 year old male never smoker was diagnosed with stage IIIB NSCLC. Also had a history of pulmonary fibrosis prior to the diagnosis of lung cancer. This study contains a 5.0mm slice thickness series acquired on a GE LightSpeed Plus scanner.
P0015
Contains 2 Studies
No metadata available. The dataset contains two 1.25mm Slice thickness scans acquired on a GE Lightspeed 16 CT scanner.
P20001
Contains 1 Study
A male, never smoked, diagnosed at age 28, FEV1/FVC: 73
P20002
Contains 3 Studies
A 61 year old male current smoker with 45 pack years of exposure. The patient has a sibling that was diagnosed with lung cancer at age 50. A 1.25mm slice thickness CT scan is provided.
P20003
Contains 2 Studies
P20004
Contains 1 Study
P20006
Contains 1 Study
A 51 year old female never smoker diagnosed with stage 1A adenocarcinoma. Patient's father and two siblings died of lung cancer. CT scanning was performed with 3mm slice thickness. Several series are provided with different reconstruction kernels.
P30001
Contains 2 Studies
A female who smoked less than 100 cigarettes at 20 years of age was diagnosed with NSCLC, BAC, stage 1B at age 85 and underwent surgery. She is being CT scanned every 6 months to observe two nodules. Daughter was diagnosed with breast cancer. Dataset consists of 2 longitudinal studies with CT scans performed with 5mm slice thickness.
P30002
Contains 6 Studies
Patient is a male smoker (25 pack-years). Diagnosed at age 53 with stage IIIA-B non small cell lung cancer. Spread to colon and recurrence after 11 months. Scans start one month post-diagnosis and include follow-up and recurrence.
P30003
Contains 2 Studies
A female never smoker with no family history of lung cancer was exposed to second hand smoke growing up and was diagnosed with lung cancer at age 66. Initially thought to be stage 1 but increased to stage IV. Received chemotherapy and radiation. Dataset consists of 2 longitudinal studies with CT scans performed with 5mm slice thickness.
P30004
Contains 5 Studies
Patient is a female former smoker (unknown pack years, quit date approximately a year prior to diagnosis). Diagnosed at age 69 with stage IIIB adenocarcinoma. No recurrence as of submission. Scans are from diagnosis and follow-up.
P30005
Contains 6 Studies
Patient is a female former smoker (7 pack-years, quit date 40 years prior to diagnosis). Diagnosed at age 64 with stage IV non-small cell lung cancer. Scans are from follow-up.
P30006
Contains 19 Studies
A female who smoked 1.5 packs a day for 25 years was diagnosed at age 44 with Stage IIB NSLC adenocarcinoma which metastasized to the brain three years later. She noted exposure to various metals in a machine shop and second hand smoke.
P30007
Contains 10 Studies
Patient is a female smoker (20 pack-years) Diagnosed at age 53 with stage II lung cancer. No recurrence as of submission. Scans are from follow-up.
P30008
Contains 2 Studies
A female never smoker with no family history of lung cancer was diagnosed with NSCLC, adenocarcinoma, stage 1 at age 68. She underwent surgery and has not relapses. The lung cancer was 1cmx2cm according to the surgeon. She reports exposure to asbestos from birth to age 16 and exposure to wood dust from a tree-grinding mulch plant. Dataset consists of 2 longitudinal studies with CT scans performed with thick slice thicknesses, the thinnest at 3.75mm.
P30010
Contains 6 Studies
A female former smoker with 32 pack years of exposure quit smoking and was subsequently diagnosed ~5 years later with NSCLC, adenocarcinoma, stage 1A at the age of 55. She underwent surgery. Her brother died of NSCLC. Dataset consists of 6 longitudinal studies all with CT scans performed with 5mm slice thickness.
P30011
Contains 3 Studies
A female former smoker who quit 10 years earlier was diagnosed with NSCLC, adenocarcinoma, stage 1B after a scan for neck cyst revealed a lung lesion. She underwent surgery and chemotherapy and has not relapsed. She had no family history of lung cancer and both parents smoked. Dataset consists of 3 longitudinal studies with CT scans performed different slice thicknesses.
P30012
Contains 1 Study
A female former smoker with a family history of lung cancer (one aunt and two uncles) was diagnose with NSCLC at the age of 53. She received surgery and chemotherapy and has not relapsed. She had quit smoking 35 years prior to being diagnosed with lung cancer. Dataset consists of 1 study with a CT scan performed with 5mm slice thickness.
P30013
Contains 6 Studies
A male never smoker was diagnosed with NSCLC, adenocarcinoma and squamous (squamous not seen at autopsy), stage IV at the age of 35. He died 9 months after diagnosis and receiving chemotherapy, radiation therapy. He also received bisphosphonate therapy. He was an athlete and had served in the military reserve (non-combat). Dataset consists of 6 longitudinal studies with CT and MR scans performed. CT was performed with a range of slice thicknesses, including thin slice CT.
P30014
Contains 5 Studies
A male current smoker with ~53 pack years of exposure was diagnosed with NSCLC, adenocarcinoma, stage IV at the age of 54. He received the following chemotherapy: first round taxol/cisplatin, foliowed by Tarceva; second round Alimta; third round paclitaxel and carboplatin. He received an occupational exposure to sheetrock. His father and maternal aunt died of lung cancer. Dataset consists of 5 longitudinal studies with CT and MR scans performed. CT was performed with a range of slice thicknesses.
P30015
Contains 4 Studies
A female, diagnosed at age 52, NSCLC Stage IIIB; 7 rounds chemo (Alimta, Avastin, carboplatin) and later 6 rounds Taxol with concurrent daily radiation; never smoked, uncle had lung cancer
P30016
Contains 11 Studies
female, diagnosed at age 39 with Stage 1 NSCLC adeno carcinoma with BAC growth patters; upper right lobectomy with adjuvant chemotherapy (Tarceva) for one year; recurrence 2.5 years after first surgery; surgery right lower lobe wedge; adenocarcinoma diagnosed as new primary; EGFR positive with deletion exon 19; casual smoker in college but non-smoker since then; extensive family history of lung cancer mortality; five first degree parents and maternal and paternal grandparents) died between ages 41-71.
P30017
Contains 1 Study
A female current smoker with 42 pack years of exposure and no family history of lung cancer was diagnosed with SCLC, stage IV at the age of 58. She received chemotherapy and radiation and died 7 months after diagnosis. Dataset consists of 1 study with a CT scan performed with 5mm slice thickness.
P30018
Contains 7 Studies
A female former smoker with ~20 pack years of exposure and who had quit 10 years before was diagnosed with lung cancer, BAC at age 59. She was told there was slow progression, she should watch and wait, and she has not received treatment. Dataset consists of 8 longitudinal studies with CT scans performed mainly with 5mm slice thickness.
P30019
Contains 7 Studies
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P30020
Contains 2 Studies
A male, the brother of P30010, was diagnosed at age 54 with Stage IV adenocarcinoma lung cancer ten years after a diagnosis of colon cancer. He was a current smoker at diagnosis and had occupational exposure to asbestos. He died two months after diagnosis.
P30021
Contains 5 Studies
A female, never smoker with no family history of lung cancer but exposure to second had smoker for 25 years when young, was diagnosed a age 68 with Stage IV NSCLC adenocarcinoma. She had 5 cycles of chemotherapy including paclitaxel, carboplatin, bevacizumab and surafenib. There was some progression three years after the original diagnosis.
P30022
Contains 1 Study
A female who never smoked and with no family history of lung cancer, was diagnose at age 50 one month with Stage 11B adenocarcinoma. She had an upper right lobectomy and chemotherapy.
P30023
Contains 14 Studies
male; age 61 when diagnosed with Stage IIA or B NSCLCL adenocarcinoma; surgery and chemo; smoked
P30024
Contains 3 Studies
A male 40 years of age when diagnosed with extensive SCLC and a current smoker with a 50 pack year history (2 packs a day for 25 years).No family history of lung cancer. Worked near electrical wring for 20 years.Treated with cisplatin, etoposide, WBR. Died one year after diagnosis.
P30025
Contains 4 Studies
female; diagnosed age 84; nodule first seen 9 years prior; Stage IV squamous cell cancer; former smoker; 2 packs/day for 20 years; quit smoking 49 years before diagnosis; carboplaten and gemzar
P30026
Contains 6 Studies
female; diagnosed age 46 with local advanced breast cancer (Stage II-B, hormone positive, HERs?neu-negative); modified radical mastectomy; at age 53 at diagnosed with extensive stage small lung cancer with metastasis to neck and adrenal gland; current smoker; one pack/day for forty years; chemotherapy; died age 54.
P30027
Contains 11 Studies
A female 46 years of age when diagnosed with Stage IV SCLC, was a former smoker with a 25 pack year history (a pack a day for 25 years since teenager) but had quit 3 to 4 years before diagnosis. No family history of lung cancer and limited second had smoke exposure. Received chemotherapy and radiation and died one year after diagnosis.
P40001
Contains 9 Studies
A female, 54 years of age when diagnosed with Stage 1A adenocarcinoma following CT scan, bronchoscopy and PET. Not screened. Only symptoms were weight loss, swollen joints and finger-clubbing. Had VATS surgery within two months of diagnosis and no other therapies and has had no recurrence in the two years since surgery. A current smoker at diagnosis with a 57 pack year history (1.5 packs a day for 38 years), exposure to second had smoke as a child and an extensive family history of lung cancer (mother at age 48 and brother at age 52) and of breast cancer (two sisters and both grandmothers between the ages of 47 and 51) and prostate cancer (father at 72).
P40002
Contains 6 Studies
A female, 50 years of age at diagnosis with Stage IV adenocarcinoma, former smoker with a 22 pack years history (a pack a day for 22 years), had quit 15 years before diagnosis with Stage IV adenocarcinoma with metastasis to bones and brain. Had symptom of pain in rib. First found by x-ray followed by needle biopsy. Molecular testing positive for KRAS mutation. Treated with four rounds of pemetrexed, carbolplaing and bevacizumab and radiation and SRS for brain lesions. Recurrence in rib. No recurrence in brain and remains on maintenance chemotherapy. Had second had smoke exposure at home for 18 years, and a family history of lung cancer (father at age 83 and maternal grandfather at 71) and stomach cancer (maternal grandmother at age 61).
P40003
Contains 6 Studies
A female, 58 years of age at diagnosis with NSCLC Stage IIIA adenocarcinoma,former smoker with a 25 pack year history (I pack a day for 25 years) who had quit 13 years before being screened. Nodule first found by a CT screening scan, followed by additional scans to confirm growth. Had lobectomy followed by chemotherapy (2 rounds of alimta and cisplatin and 2 rounds of alimta and carboplatin) and 35 rounds of radiation. Had basal cell skin cancer 13 years before lung cancer diagnosis and papillary thyroid cancer 3 years before lung cancer diagnosis. Has an extensive family history of lung cancer (father at age 56 and maternal aunt at 77) and other cancers all on paternal side (leukemia, stomach, breast and kidney cancers).
P40004
Contains 11 Studies
Female, diagnosed at age 60 with stage 1A. She is a former smoker (39 pack years) with family history of other cancer mortality. She has been exposed to second-hand smoke as a child at home for 18 years. She has been exposed to second-hand smoke as an adult at home for 20 years. The cancer has been found by CT screening. The following additional checks were performed: Bronchoscopy. The following surgeries were performed: Lobectomy.
P40005
Contains 2 Studies
Female, diagnosed at age 66 with stage 1A. She is a former smoker (25 pack years) with family history of lung cancer mortality. She has been exposed to second-hand smoke as a child at home for 21 years. She has been exposed to second-hand smoke as an adult at work for 10 years. The cancer has been found by CT screening. The following additional checks were performed: Additional scans. The following surgeries were performed in 2013: Robotic,Thoracotomy,Lobectomy.
P40006
Contains 21 Studies
A female, age 49 at diagnosis with Stage IV BAC carcinoma in both lungs, and treated with 19 rounds of cisplatin and 6 rounds of avastin and alimta; died 18 months after diagnosis. Was not screened. Had persistent cough and a pervious diagnosis of stage 1 ovarian and cervical cancer. A former smoker with a 10 pack year history (a pack a day for 10 years) who had quit 20 years before diagnosis. No family history of lung cancer. Maternal and paternal first and second degree family history of multiple myeloma, breast, cervical, ovarian and colon cancers and of Peutz–Jeghers syndrome.
P40007
Contains 8 Studies
Female , diagnosed at age 63 with stage NA. She is a former smoker (40 pack years) with family history of other cancer mortality. She has been exposed to second-hand smoke as a child at home for 20 years. She has been exposed to second-hand smoke as an adult at work for 20 years. The cancer has been found by CT screening. The following additional checks were performed: Needle biopsy,Bronchoscopy,Mediastinoscopy. The cancer had spread beyond the original site to the following organs: Lymph Nodes. Chemoterapy () was started in 2010. Radiation therapy (33 rounds of chest radiation; prophylactic brain radiation) was started in 2010.
P40008
Contains 30 Studies
Male , diagnosed at age 52 with stage NA. He is a former smoker (60 pack years) with family history of other cancer mortality. He has been exposed to second-hand smoke as a child at home for 10 years. He has been exposed to second-hand smoke as an adult at work for 30 years. The following additional checks were performed: Additional scans,Bronchoscopy,PET scan, metastatic workup. The cancer had spread beyond the original site to the following organs: Brain. Targeted therapy (Carboplatin/Etoposide) was started in 2002. Radiation therapy (28) was started in 2002.
P40009
Contains 3 Studies
Female , diagnosed at age 64 with stage NA. She is a former smoker (40 pack years) with family history of other cancer mortality. She has been exposed to second-hand smoke as a child at home for 18 years. She has been exposed to second-hand smoke as an adult at work for years. She has been exposed to second-hand smoke as an adult at home for years. The cancer had spread beyond the original site to the following organs: Both lungs,Liver. Chemoterapy (Cisplatin/Pemetrexed;1 round; Carboplatin/Paclitaxel;3 rounds; Pemetrexed for maintenance) was started in 2013.
P40010
Contains 2 Studies
Female , diagnosed at age 66 with stage 3. She is a smoker (50 pack years). She has been exposed to second-hand smoke as a child at home for 23 years. She has been exposed to second-hand smoke as an adult at work for 14 years. She has been exposed to second-hand smoke as an adult at home for 10 years. The cancer has been found by CT screening. The following additional checks were performed: Needle biopsy,PET scan. The cancer had spread beyond the original site to the following organs: Lymph Nodes. The following surgeries were performed in 2013: Robotic. Chemoterapy (Cisplatin/Pemetrexed; 4 rounds;) was started in 2013. Radiation therapy (25) was started in 2013.
P40011
Contains 20 Studies
Woman was screened and diagnosed with Stage IIIB NSCLC (type not given) within a week at age 41 with mets to the ribs and spine. Diagnosis was confirmed by needle biopsy, bronchoscopy, mediastinoscopy). Symptoms were shortness of breath, persistent cough, pleurisy and pain in back and left arm. She underwent a lobectomy followed 9 months later by radiation and chemotherapy (cisplatin and VP-16) and currently NED. She was a current smoker with an average 38 pack year history and additional exposure to second hand smoke at home as a child and an adult, and a history of asthma and pneumonia as an infant, multiple incidences of bronchitis, and emphysema at 37. While there is no family history of lung cancer, ten close maternal and paternal relatives had various cancers including bladder and throat.
P40012
Contains 11 Studies
A male current smoker with a 35 pack year history a persistent cough and bronchitis was diagnosed with extensive SCLC at age 61 following a suspicious chest x-ray, followed by scans and a lymph node biopsy. He was treated with 6 rounds of carboplatin and etoposide immediately and then 10 rounds of radiation therapy and is in remission. He was also exposed to second hand smoke as a child and as an adult at work. There is no family history of lung cancer but his father died of prostate and liver cancer, his mother bladder cancer and his sister lymphoma.
P40013
Contains 7 Studies
A male with a 45 pack year history who had quit 10 years before diagnosis of Stage IV adenocarcinoma in both lungs, the pleura, lymph nods and pericardium at age 52. His symptoms prior to diagnosis (which included a bronchoscopy and biopsy) were was a persistent cough, unexplained weight loss and cardiac tamponade. Prior to his death he was treated with Alimta, cisplatin and Tarceva. His maternal grandfather died of lung cancer at age 52 and his maternal grandmother of breast cnaer at age 57.
P40014
Contains 8 Studies
A female former smoker diagnosed by x-ray and bronchoscopy at age 61 with Stage 1A adenocarcinoma. Lower left lobectomy by thoracotomy. No lymph node involvement. Tumor tested as KRAS mutated grade 1. No additional treatment was recommended. A second primary in the upper left lobe was initially seen by CT six months later, followed by PET and needle biopsy, and a wedge thoracotomy. The adenocarcinoma tumor was tumor was EGFR mutated grade 2. No other treatment was recommended. Nodules in right lung being monitored.The patient, who had a 4.5 pack year history (half a pack a day or less for nine years) and over 30 years exposure to smoke at home and work, quit smoking 24 years before the first diagnosis. Her father was diagnosed with lung cancer at age 49, and four immediate paternal and maternal family members were diagnosed, primarily in their sixties, with other cancers.
P40015
Contains 6 Studies
Female diagnosed with emphysema at age 60 and one year later with Stage IIIA adenocarcinoma and metastases to the brain, lymph nodes and adrenal gland. Chemo and radiation initiated five months after diagnoses. Death occurred two months later. Smoking history of a half to a whole pack a day for forty years and quit two months before diagnosis. No smoking exposure as a child. No family history of lung cancer. Father died of brain cancer.
P40016
Contains 5 Studies
Female, a former smoker (pack a day for 20 years) who had quit 36 years before diagnosis, was screened with no symptoms at age 71, had additional scans for suspicious nodules and diagnosed 15 months after first scan with Stage 1B. Had surgery (wedge resection) and no other treatments and a clear scan 5 months later. Persistent cough led to PET 4 months later which showed recurrence: Stage IV lung cancer with metastases to brain, bones and adrenal glands. Deceased 2 months later. Family history of lung cancer (father at age 71), pancreatic cancer (brother at age 66), sister (colon cancer at age 72) and two nieces (ovarian at age 40 and colon cancer at age 58).
P40017
Contains 1 Study
Male, screened at age 68,10 years after quitting (1.5 packs a day for 30 years) exposure to second hand smoke as a child (10 years), as an adult (40 years) and at work (20 years). No other exposures noted; no family history of lung cancer; one sibling bladder cancer. Pneumonia 23 years prior to scan. No anxiety reported during or after scan.
P40018
Contains 2 Studies
Female, screened at age 66, 6.5 years after quitting (two packs a day for 35 years) exposure to second hand smoke at home as a child and an adult over 45 years and 8 years exposure to asbestos, with a family history of lung cancer (grandfather), breast cancer (2 grandmothers) and colon cancer (mother) and with a current diagnosis of mild COPD. Anxiety (4 out of 5) reported during scan and 2 out of 5 waiting for results.
P40019
Contains 4 Studies
Female; never smoker; not screened, had no symptoms when nodule first seen by chest x-ray at age 53; needle biopsy; diagnosed with Stage 1B adenocarcinoma; VATS lobectomy; followed by 4 rounds of pemetrexed and cisplatin; no evidence of cancer eleven months later; previous cancers or lung disease; exposed to SHS for 20 years as a child; no family history of lung cancer but maternal grandmother died of multiple myeloma at age 66 and maternal grandfather of colon cancer at age 86.
P40020
Contains 11 Studies
Female, former smoker with a 42 pack year history, quit a month before being CT screened (followed by PET) and diagnosed at age 58 with Stage 1A adenocarcinoma. Had bronchitis at time of diagnosis and had exposure to second hand smoke at work and home since childhood. Lobectomy two months after diagnosis, no lymph node involvement or spread beyond original site. No adjuvant chemo or radiation. No recurrence in 13 years since surgery.
P40021
Contains 11 Studies
Female, former smoker with a 15 pack year history, had quit 36 years before being CT screened (scans and bronchoscopy) with Stage 1A adenocarcinoma. Had previously been diagnosed with asthma, bronchitis and pneumonia and one occurrence of basil or squamous cell skin cancer, and a history of second hand smoke exposure at home in childhood and at work. Father and mother both died of lung cancer after being diagnosed at age 57 and 60 respectively. Robotic lobectomy same month as diagnosis. No adjuvant chemo or radiation. No recurrence in 8 years since surgery.
P40022
Contains 10 Studies
Female, former smoker with a 22 pack year history had quit 1.5 years before being CT screened and diagnosed with Stage 1A adenocarcinoma at age 64. Had previously been diagnosed with basal cell skin cancer and had a exposure to second hand smoke for 10 yers as a chld and 5 years at work. Immediate family history of lung cancer (brother at age 65), prostate, melanoma and esophageal. Lobectomy same month as diagnosis. No adjuvant chemo or radiation. No recurrence in 8 years since surgery.
P40023
Contains 7 Studies
Female, never smoker, with bloody cough prior to CT scan, biopsy, bronchoscopy and diagnoses at age 41 with Stage IV adenocarcinoma in both lungs, pleura and lymph nodes. Treated with four rounds cisplatin, Avastin, Alimta. Recurrence 9 months later. Tested positive for Ros-1 and treated with Xalkori and stable. No known exposures. No family history of lung cancer. Maternal grandmother died of breast cancer early 40’s. Both grandfathers died of prostate cancer.
P40024
Contains 6 Studies
Female, never smoker, coincidental finding during another test, diagnosed with Stage IA adenocarcinoma at age 53, VATS lobectomy RUL, no known exposures, no family history of lung cancer, family history colon cancer.
P40025
Contains 7 Studies
Female, with a 100-150 pack year history ( 2-3 packs per day for 50 years) quit 2 years prior to diagnosis at age 66 with squamous NSCLC at Stage IA following initial scan, bronchoscopy, mediastinal node biopsy and PET scan due to co-morbidities treated with stereotactic radiosurgery. Exposed to SHS as child and adult, at home and at work. Family history of gastric, colon and throat cancer.
P40026
Contains 6 Studies
Female, with a 57 pack year history (1.5 packs per day for 37 years), diagnosed at age 56 with Stage IIIB adenocarcinoma, following CXR (and subsequent CT and biopsy) for unexplained weight loss and persistent cough. Treated with 11 rounds of Taxol/carboplatin and 36 rounds of radiation. Recurrence in 8 months in same area teated with 4 additional rounds of chemotherapy and 18 of radiation, and currently in remission. Had history of pneumonia (2x) and squamous cell skin cancer (1x). Maternal grandfather died of lung cancer.
P40027
Contains 36 Studies
Female, screened, asymptomatic, current smoker with a 60 pack year history and significant exposure to smoke as child and adult in the home and workplace; diagnosed at age 55 with Stage 1A adenocarcinoma; VATS lobectomy one month after diagnosis; chemotherapy (cisplatin, VP-16) and radiation (30 rounds) initiated 8 months after surgery, KRAS mutation, Alimta four months later. Recurrence 2 years after initial treatment with brain metastases (three tumors, one removed surgically) plus Cyberknife treatment. Recurrence brain mets 10 months later. Previous occurrence of bronchitis and pneumonia. Family history of breast, ovarian and liver cancer.
P40028
Contains 4 Studies
Patient is a male never smoker. Diagnosed at age 66 with stage IIIA adenocarcinoma with spread to lymph nodes. Recurrence in other lung 3 years later. Scans from initial diagnosis, follow-up, and recurrence.
P40029
Contains 6 Studies
Patient is a male smoker (45 pack-years), diagnosed at age 66 with symptoms. No data on type of cancer or stage. Scans are from diagnosis. Patient deceased 2 weeks later
P40030
Contains 19 Studies
Male , diagnosed at age 47 with stage 4. He is a smoker (30 pack years) with family history of other cancer mortality. He has been exposed to second-hand smoke as a child at home for 24 years. The following additional checks were performed: Additional scans,Bronchoscopy,CT Scan, PET scan, MRI. The cancer had spread beyond the original site to the following organs: Bones,Lymph Nodes,Lymph nodes in chest, adrenal gland, & hip. Chemoterapy (Pemetrexed/Carboplatin, 2 rounds) was started in 2015. Targeted therapy (Nivolumab) was started in 2015. Radiation therapy (5 rounds, palliative) was started in 2015.
P40031
Contains 8 Studies
Female , diagnosed at age 62 with stage 4. She is a former smoker with family history of other cancer mortality. She has been exposed to second-hand smoke as a child at home for 16 years. She has been exposed to second-hand smoke as an adult at work for 20 years. The following additional checks were performed: Additional scans. The cancer had spread beyond the original site to the following organs: Both lungs. The following surgeries were performed in 2014: VATS,Wedge resection. Targeted therapy () was started in 2014.