Lung Cancer Quiz

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Learn more about Lung cancer

Content updated on Sep 20, 2022

What is lung cancer?

Cancer of the lungs. Smoking and secondhand smoke accounts for over 80% of lung cancers. Other causes include exposure to fine particles (e.g. asbestos) and genetic factors.

Symptoms of lung cancer

  • Blood in saliva

  • Phlegm

  • Easily fatigued

  • Previous or active smoker

  • Swollen eyelids

  • Facial swelling

  • Dry cough

  • Cough

Questions your doctor may ask to check for lung cancer

Your doctor may ask these questions to diagnose lung cancer

  • Do you have blood in your phlegm?

  • Do you have phlegm?

  • Do you get tired easily?

  • Do you currently smoke, or have you ever smoked in the past (including electronic cigarettes)?

  • Do you have puffy eyelids?

Treatment for lung cancer

The specialist will confirm the diagnosis and recommend a treatment plan. Options to remove the cancerous area include surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, or a combination of the above. Newer options like targeted drug therapy, and immune therapy (which uses the body's own immune system to fight the cancer) can be considered.;

View the symptoms of Lung cancer

  • Phlegm

  • Cough


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Reviewed By:

Phillip Aguila

Phillip Aguila, MD, MBA (Respiratory medicine, Critical Care)

Eisaku Kamakura

Eisaku Kamakura, MD (Respiratory medicine)

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