If you've been diagnosed with lung cancer, you may want to talk to your doctor to find out more.
Here are some questions that you might want to ask. We have included some questions to ask early on, and some further questions that you might want to ask if you have been advised to have surgery, radiotherapy or chemotherapy.
What can you do to prevent or relieve side effects?
If a side effect is nausea and vomiting, can you prescribe me something for this beforehand?
What do I need to do if my white cell blood count is low? (Chemotherapy can lower your white cell count in your blood. This makes you more prone to infections.) Should I avoid crowded places? What should I do if a family member is ill?
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