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Identifying and Tackling Lung Cancer

January 27, 2015
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Lung cancer is the second leading cancer that’s being diagnosed in America. A majority of lung cancer cases are due to patients having a history of smoking; however, you don’t have to be a smoker to be afflicted with lung cancer. There are other risks that may increase a person’s chances of getting lung cancer—asbestos, radon gas and secondhand smoke, to name a few. (source: Having knowledge about the causes and effects can help individuals to make better choices and in return, save lives. Moreover, early detection of lung cancer can result in successful treatment. It’s important to recognize the symptoms and seek a physician to determine the stage of the lung cancer in order to get proper treatment. In this video, Dr. Joshua Sonnet from Columbia University sat down for a detailed explanation of the process of identifying and tackling lung cancer in a patient, highlighting all of the major steps along the way. He articulately breaks down the process and dispels a few myths and misunderstandings along the way. Click below to learn it all:
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