Lung Cancer :
Symptoms of lung cancer do not appear in its initial stages in most cases.
Symptoms often appear when the disease has already reached an advanced stage
Symptoms of lung cancer include:
An increasing, untreatable cough
Sudden changes in the existing chronic cough or in the cough of smokers
– cough with bloody sputum, Even if it is very little what is called hemoptysis
Shortness of breath
Pancoast Syndrome, which is represented by pain in and around the shoulder area as a result of the pressure of the tumor on the nerves.
– Superior Vena Cava Syndrome, which is a feeling of fullness in the head and shortness of breath, prominence of the veins in the chest, and edema of the face.
Sudden weight loss
General fatigue and weakness