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I feel sincere sorrow for your diagnosis of lung cancer. I will be honest and provide you with some basic facts as I know them to be.It is not...
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Lung cancer can metastasize (spread to other organs). Many times, we will find a tumor or mass on one organ, but will need to look in other organs to...
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It could be a pinched nerve, or possibly some connective tissue damage. It is much more likely that the problem is related to your weight-lifting...
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Lung cancer may spread to other organs of the body (including the stomach) or to the other lung. When cancer spreads to other organs it is...
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I am sorry for your dad's illness. I suggest that before reading the balance of my answer that you consider whether or not you truly want to know...
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It sounds like your brother-in-law is very sick. Before he takes Plantain Tea, the potential risks and possible rewards should be...
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Hi Look I have had night sweats ever since I was young, been tested a few times and nothing ever shows up, and some nights you could float me out of...
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If a person is allergic to house dust, they can develop a chronic illness (chronic allergies) from it. House dust is not a cause of lung cancer...
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It should not be a problem. He has not been taking it long enough for a physical or psychological dependence.  It is always best to check with...
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Smoking contributes to the death of approximately 500,000 people each year from heart disease, stroke, and cancer. Smoking tobacco is not known to...
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First, let me say I'm sorry to hear you or someone you love is suffering from lung cancer. That's a difficult diagnosis to cope with.It's...
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Smoking The incidence of lung cancer is strongly correlated with cigarette smoking, with about 90% of lung cancers arising as a result of tobacco use...
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Lung cancers, also known as bronchogenic carcinomas, are broadly classified into two types: small cell lung cancers (SCLC) and non-small cell lung...
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Cancer of the lung, like all cancers, results from an abnormality in the body's basic unit of life, the cell. Normally, the body maintains a system...
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Symptoms of lung cancer are varied depending upon where and how widespread the tumor is. Warning signs of lung cancer are not always present or easy...
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