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 »

Stage III lung cancer is cancer that has progressed to the point that the tumor is difficult or impossible to remove through surgery, according to the American Society of Clinical Oncology. The tumor may have spread to a... More »

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Stage 1 lung cancer is a nonsmall cell cancer that has not spread from the lung to lymph nodes or other organs of the body, according to WebMD. Nonsmall cell lung cancers receive a stage of 1 to 4 based on their severity... More »

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Symptoms of lung cancer include a cough that does not go away; chest pain that is made worse by coughing, breathing or laughing; hoarseness; loss of appetite and weight loss; coughing up blood or sputum that is rust in c... More »

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Some lung cancer symptoms include a cough that doesn't go away with or without blood, chest pain, shortness of breath or wheezing, hoarseness and unexpected weight loss, according to Mayo Clinic. Symptoms often don't sta... More »

Some of the most common symptoms of stage 1 lung cancer include persistent coughing, chest pain, hoarseness, weight loss, shortness of breath and fatigue, according to Cancer.org. Chronic bronchitis, pneumonia or other i... More »

Stage III symptoms of lymphoma include swollen lymph nodes, weight loss, fatigue, fever, stomach pain, bone pain, enlarged spleen, rash, shortness or breath, pain when drinking alcohol, cough, itchy skin and night sweats... More »