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Palliative care doesn't treat the lung cancer itself, but it can help to reduce symptoms such as pain, fatigue and emotional issues.
Learn more about the various treatments for lung cancer, including surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy.
Lung cancer does not usually causes any symptoms in the early stages of the disease. Once warning signs become apparent, the cancer may have progressed.
Here are 10 important questions to ask your doctor about lung cancer.
There is no general screening programme for lung cancer in the UK. Tests for lung cancer may be arranged if a person sees a doctor for symptoms such as being out of breath, having a persistent cough or coughing up blood.
The biggest risk factor for lung cancer is smoking cigarettes.
Pancoast tumours are a form of lung cancer with the tumour forming at the top of the lung.
The most common type of lung cancer is non-small-cell lung cancer, accounting for around 80% of all cases.
Surgery is the main treatment option for patients with early-stage non-small-cell lung cancer.
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