In 2002, the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, joined with the Cancer Research Campaign, and merged together to form Cancer Research UK. www.cancerresearchuk.org
My new pages on lung cancer are being put here, at last. They are actively undergoing editing day by day.
Section 1a – Introduction
Section 1b – Screening
- 1d-Introduction to Lung Cancer Screening.
- 1e-Evidence to support Lung Cancer Screening.
- 1b- Results of big Lung Cancer Screening studies
- 1c- More on Lung cancer screening
- 1d- Lung cancer screening programs
- 2a- CT scanning for lung cancer screening
- 2b- From screening to PET, then biopsy, then staging
- 2c- The odd things CT of the chest can find
- 3a- The benign granuloma, our friend, the solitary pulmonary nodule
- 3b- Benign sequestration, rounded atelectasis, sarcoidosis, nodular lymphoid hyperplasia, amyloidosis, TB, lung abscess, septic emboli, fungal infection
- 3c- Benign lung adenomas, hamartoma, papilloma, lipoma and so on.
- 3d- Benign neuroendocrine tumors of the lung, carcinoid
- 4a- Atypical and in situ lung problems, hyperplasia
- 5a- Adenocarcinoma, and other types of lung cancer
- 5b- Squamous cell, small cell, mesothelioma
- 5c- Pulmonary lymphoma in the lung
- 6a- Lung cancer biopsy results
- 6b- Lung cancer cytology
- 6c- Lung cancer immunohistochemistry
- 6d- Lung cancer diagnostic tests
- 7a- Lung cancer staging in general
- 7b- Lung cancer staging NSCLC and small cell
- 8a- Lung cancer treatment
- 8b- Lung cancer recurrence
My apologies for the bare appearance. icnet.uk is undergoing deep maintenance. This domain icnet.uk was expired and unused since 2007. It was just recently purchased by Dr. Steven B Halls, to provide a home for his cancer-related web content.
Yup, I’m putting some of my own cancer research from earlier in my career, onto the web, because its highly visual educational material.
Hello as well
. I like to joke, but it’s hard to joke about cancer. But research is fair game. I once did a study in which one third of subjects were cured, one third of subjects died, and the third rat ran away.
Dr. Halls has a few other websites, the oldest being www.halls.md (which has some useful medical content, including an important Breast Cancer Risk Calculator).
Dr. Halls is still an active full-time radiologist who does all modalities including mammography and has a collection of information about types of breast cancer and its diagnosis, on this website breast-cancer.ca.
The first half of Dr. Halls career was at the Cross Cancer Institute, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Some of his research involved developing MRI techniques for breast cancer staging, of axilla lymph nodes and lymphadenopathy and internal mammary lymph node locations and sizes. Hopefully that will find it way onto this website here, in future months. Some very beautiful MRI images, if you click on those links above.
On a personal note, I, (Dr. Halls), say Hello, and Thank-you for reading this far. This page is unexpected for you.
Until I get this website’s good content in place, I think you will find some interesting and fun (both) and useful material on my main domain ‘halls.md‘.