While lung cancer still remains more prevalent in men than women, it remains the leading cancer cause of death in both. The earliest symptoms can vary greatly because women are more likely to have non-smoking related lung cancers. These cancers occur on the outer portion of the lungs, causing very different symptoms than cancer near the middle of the chest. Thus, early symptoms of lung cancer in women often include
Early Symptoms of Lung Cancer in WomenBy Rae Uddin ; Updated August 14, 2017
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