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  1. This page tells you about nerve changes that may happen with treatment for lung cancer.…

  2. This page tells you about why many people don't have radiotherapy treatment at weekends.…

  3. Pleurodesis is a treatment which aims to stop fluid building up between the outer layers of the lung and to relieve symptoms such as a cough and breathlessness.…

  4. There is an absolutely undeniable link between smoking and many different types of cancer.…

  5. Finger clubbing is also called digital clubbing or Hippocratic fingers. It means swelling of the ends of the fingers.…

  6. Cyberknife is a type of precisely targeted radiotherapy treatment. It can be used for brain tumours or for tumours elsewhere in the body.…

  7. I was recently diagnosed with lung cancer and heard that no treatment really works.…

  8. Not everyone who has smoked will get lung cancer, but it is the cause in most cases. The risk of getting lung cancer from smoking is directly related to the number of cigarettes a person has smoked. The more you smoke the more likely you are to get lung cancer. But the important thing to remember is that as soon as you stop smoking, your risk of lung cancer starts to go down.…

  9. This page explains about screening for lung cancer and if it is possible to get this done privately.…

  10. Hypertrophic pulmonary osteoarthropathy (HPOA) is a group of symptoms. It can occur in some people with lung cancer or mesothelioma. The symptoms include inflammation of bones and joints in the wrists and ankles; swelling of the ends of the fingers and toes, and curving and thickening of the nails.…

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