Although lung cancer is asymptomatic in its early stages in many people, a persistent cough, unexplained weight loss, changes in chronic cough and breathing changes may indicate lung cancer, according to Healthline. Ches... More »

Lung nodules may be cancerous, but most are not, according to Mayo Clinic. They range from about 0.2 inch to a bit more than 1 inch in size. More »

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In most cases, lung nodules that appear on CT scans are not indicative of cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. Nodules are more typical of prior infections or scar tissue; however, doctors often investigate ... More »

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Predominant signs of lung cancer include a cough that gets worse or doesn't improve, wheezing, weight loss, chest pain and coughing up blood, according to the American Cancer Society. Other common symptoms are hoarseness... More »

Although individuals with lung cancer may not experience symptoms in the disease's early stages, the most common symptoms unique to this type of cancer include coughing up blood, wheezing and a new cough that doesn't go ... More »

The symptoms of stage 3B lung cancer include a persistent cough, a change in a smoker's cough, trouble breathing, shortness of breath, pain in the chest area, a wheezing sound when breathing, hoarseness of voice, headach... More »

Five signs of lung cancer include developing a cough that refuses to go away even after treatment, chest pain that feels worse when an individual coughs or laughs, coughing up blood, weight loss and general body weakness... More »

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