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Turns out, anyone with lungs is at risk. But if you’ve never smoked and are facing a lung cancer diagnosis, here are 10 things you should know.
If you’re in lung cancer treatment and plan to keep working, here are some common issues to keep in mind.
With immunotherapy, some patients with stage 4 non-small cell lung cancer can skip chemotherapy altogether and are living for years with their disease in check.
Fatigue, loss of appetite, and changes in your fingernails could be signs that your lung cancer has metastasized.
It’s not just smoking that causes lung cancer. Here are other common risk factors you might not know about.
Tori Tomalia had bone cancer when she was young, and spent most of a year at the Mayo Clinic. When she was 37, she was diagnosed with lung cancer. Here's her story.
Learn about the symptoms and subtypes of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) and small cell lung cancer (SCLC), and how the two types are different.
Learn the specific symptoms, treatment options, and survival rates with advanced, stage 4 lung cancer.
Whether you have nausea from chemotherapy, want to cut sugar after surgery, or simply seek to manage your lung cancer symptoms, a healthy diet can help.
Cancer screening is less straightforward than it might seem. Screening isn’t routinely recommended for some cancers, and has confusing guidelines about others.