Upon hearing about the symptoms, a health care provider, whether a primary care provider or emergency department clinician, will formulate a list of possible diagnoses. He or she will ask questions about the symptoms; medical and surgical history; smoking and work history; and other questions about lifestyle, overall health, and the medications taken.
Unless severe hemoptysis is occurring, a chest x-ray will most likely be performed first to look for a cause of the respiratory symptoms.
The x-ray film may or may not show an abnormality.
The only reported adverse effect with the use of Selected Vegetables/Sun's Soup was a feeling of fullness or bloatedness when freeze-dried Selected Vegetables (SV) was consumed in the amount specified in the phase I/II clinical trial. No adverse effects were reported after ingestion of frozen SV.
Sun AS, Ostadal O, Ryznar V, et al.: Phase I/II study of stage III and IV non-small cell lung cancer patients taking a specific dietary supplement. Nutr Cancer 34...