Lung Cancer

Lung Cancer
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  • You should really try and stop smoking, you could get cancer.
  • Nothing will happen I'm fine.
  • I haven't been feeling to good, I have a cough that I can't get rid of and I have been having a lot of chest pain.
  • Maybe you just have a cold.
  • I just coughed up blood and I'm having trouble breathing.
  • By smoking a lot can cause you to have a higher chance on getting lung cancer. There are 221,200 cases of lung cancer.
  • I have lung cancer? I had no symptoms. What do I do to get rid of it?
  • I'm sorry it has spread throughout your body and the only thing that might make things better is to quit smoking. But it will not cure the cancer.
  • You might not notice any symptoms right away, at first they appear as the flu symptoms and then later become more severe.
  • Maybe if I quit smoking, I can get rid of the cancer and everything can go back to normal.
  • My quitting it really won't do any harm or any better. But it can help you feel good about yourself knowing you quit.
  • Symptoms of lung cancer include shortness of breath, pain in the chest, coughing up blood, blood clots and bleeding often.
  • I should have stopped smoking a long time ago.
  • Lung cancer is so deadly because it is very hard to find in it's early stages. By the time a patient notices symptoms of lung cancer, the cancer has already spread through the body.
  • By quitting smoking will not cure the lung cancer but it can make some symptoms go away.
  • No one should ever die of lung cancer
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