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Warning signs of lung cancer in women include a cough that doesn't go away or gets worse, shortness of breath, coughing up blood and chest pain, states Womenshealth.gov. Hoarseness, wheezing, and pneumonia that doesn't g... More »

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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 »

Hoarseness can be an early sign of lung cancer, states Healthline. Although a raspy voice is often a symptom of the common cold, it should be checked by a doctor if it continues for longer than two weeks. More »

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