Cancer - lung
If you smoke, quit. It is never too late to stop smoking. Your risk of lung cancer drops dramatically the first year after you quit. You should also avoid breathing in the smoke from other people's cigarettes, cigars, or pipes.
Routine screening for lung cancer using chest x-ray or a lung CT scan is not recommended for people without symptoms. Many studies have been done to look at this idea. Most experts have concluded that, at this time, screening would...Read more
OK, take your choice: Have breast cancer, go through treatment, and spend the rest of your life wondering if it’s going to come back. Or... Read more »