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Lung Cancer Symptoms and Diagnosis


Is that nagging cough a cause for concern? Knowing the common symptoms of lung cancer, and what tests your doctor may order if he or she suspects lung cancer, can help you work with your health care team during this anxious time.
  1. Signs and Symptoms of Lung Cancer
  2. Diagnosing Lung Cancer
  3. Types of Lung Cancer
  4. Stages of Lung Cancer
  5. Causes of Lung Cancer
  1. Preventing Lung Cancer
  2. Lung Cancer Complications
  3. Lung Cancer Metastases (Spread of Lung Cancer)
  4. Radon and Lung Cancer

Signs and Symptoms of Lung Cancer

Try not to jump to conclusions, but talk with your physician if you have any of these common symptoms of lung cancer.

Diagnosing Lung Cancer

Diagnosing lung cancer, and figuring out the stage, involves a number of different tests. Knowing why these tests are done can help you get on board with going through extensive work-ups.

Types of Lung Cancer

There are several different types of lung cancer, each with different causes and treatments.

Stages of Lung Cancer

Choosing the best treatment for lung cancer depends upon the stage.

Causes of Lung Cancer

Smoking is a well known cause of lung cancer, but there are many other causes. Understand the common causes of lung cancer, and what you can do today to lower your risk.

Preventing Lung Cancer

We all hear that we should eat a healthy diet, but what can we do to lower our risk of lung cancer?

Lung Cancer Complications

Complications can sometimes occur during lung cancer treatment. What complications should you be aware of?

Lung Cancer Metastases (Spread of Lung Cancer)

Lung cancer metastases (spread) are too common among people living with lung cancer. Where does lung cancer metastasize (spread) and what are the treatments and prognosis?

Radon and Lung Cancer

Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer, and the leading cause in non-smokers. How can you find out if you have radon in your home and what can you do about it?

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