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What are the symptoms of lung cancer?

Answered by: What are the symptoms of lung cancer?
National Clinical Director, Pulmonary/Critical Care, Chief of Staff, Director of the Lung Center & Interventional Pulmonologist

Video: Symptoms of Lung Cancer

Gain a better understanding of lung cancer symptoms, and how these early signs can guide you in the right cancer treatment direction.
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Daniel A. Nader: The symptoms for lung cancer include an unexplained cough, coughing up blood, unexplained weight loss, new or different onset of shortness of breath or shortness of breath with exertion, chest pain or discomfort. When these are not readily explained by other things, an evaluation should be done to determine if it’s possible if lung cancer could be the presenting problem.

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