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    Lung Cancer Symptoms: What You Should Know

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    Lung cancer usually has no symptoms in its early stages. When they start to appear, they can include:

    These problems usually happen because of blocked breathing passages or because the cancer has spread further into the lung, nearby areas, or other parts of the body.

    Call Your Doctor If:

    You get any symptoms that suggest lung disease, especially an ongoing cough, blood-streaked mucus, wheezing, hoarseness, or a lung infection that keeps coming back. You’ll get a thorough checkup, and you may also get X-rays or other tests.

    WebMD Medical Reference

    Reviewed by Sujana Movva, MD on March 15, 2015
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