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Lung Cancer Symptoms and Treatment [Video]

In this video, we’re going to cover the basics of lung cancer symptoms and treatment. Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in the United States, and many people aren’t aware of the warning signs. It is very important to know the symptoms of lung cancer in order to identify it early on. Learn the symptoms, treatment options, and pathology of this deadly disease. I’ll also be discussing some of the causes of lung cancer.Check out my suggested sites and offers here. https://linktr.ee/getfitnesssuccess** I might receive a small commission if you choose to purchase something through some of the links in this description. No worries, I never recommend anything I don’t think is worth it!TranscriptionLung cancer is an illness that affects the lungs.There are two types of lung cancer: small cell and non-small cell lung cancer.The most common type of lung cancer is small cell lung cancer.Each type of cancer cell grows and spreads in a unique way, and each is treated in a unique way.When normal cell division and development pathways are disrupted, lung cancer, like other cancers, results in an abnormal and uncontrollable growth pattern.A tumor is formed when the cells grow in size and form a mass.The term “malignant,” also known as “cancerous,” refers to any abnormal development in the body that immediately invades surrounding tissues and organs, spreads to other parts of the body, or has the potential to reappear after removal.Lung cancer has the potential to spread over a long period of time.In the United States, cigarette smoking is the most common risk factor for lung cancer.Many people who are exposed to cigarette smoke – or some of its components – will develop long-term lung problems.These changes have the potential to result in the formation of a malignant tumor in the lungs.According to the World Cancer Research Fund, nonsmokers account for 25% of all lung cancer cases worldwide.There are a few cases where the underlying cause is unknown.According to the American Cancer Society, two out of every three people over the age of 65 have lung cancer.The average age of a patient when they are diagnosed is 70 years old.Despite being the second most common cancer in the United States, lung cancer is also the deadliest, accounting for the highest number of fatalities among all malignancies.Staging provides a clinician with a comprehensive understanding of the extent of a patient’s cancer, allowing him or her to make treatment decisions and estimate the expected outcome of a treatment.Doctors use precise terminology to describe cancer stages, but the following is a simple way to communicate cancer staging:Stage one would mean the cancer appears to have been contained to the lungs.Stage two and three means the cancer has spread to the lymph nodes of the thoracic cavity on a regional level (or glands).Stage four, the cancer has spread to other parts of the body (metastasized).The majority of lung cancers develop in the bronchial lining (air passageways branching off the trachea, or breathing tube).Lung cancer can also develop in glands beneath the bronchial lining, which most commonly occurs in the lungs’ outer regions.Small cell lung cancer and non-small cell lung cancer are the most common types of lung cancer, and they grow and spread in a variety of ways:Non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) is a type of lung cancer that does not affect the lungs’ tiny cells.Non-small cell lung cancer is significantly more common than small cell lung cancer because it develops and spreads more slowly.Non-small cell lung cancer is classified into three types based on the type of cells from which it develops:Adenocarcinoma is a type of lung cancer that develops around the periphery of the lung and varies in size and rate of growth.This is the most common type of lung cancer, affecting both smokers and nonsmokers.Squamous cell carcinoma is a type of cancer that most commonly begins in one of the main breathing passages in the center of the chest.Lung tumors can range in size and location from very small to extremely large, depending on their location and size.In most cases, large cell carcinoma develops on the periphery of the lung, spreads quickly, and is already advanced when it is discovered.Small cell lung cancer is less common than non-small cell lung cancer, accounting for about 15% of all lung cancers.The incidence of small cell lung cancer is lower than that of non-small cell lung cancer.This type of lung cancer grows rapidly, is usually advanced at the time of diagnosis, and spreads rapidly to other parts of the body.It is the most prevalent form of lung cancer.Chest cancers are extremely rare.There are over a dozen different types of uncommon tumors that can develop in the chest, and they can originate in the lung or elsewhere in the body.

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Sherrill Nielsen Memories of Elvis with Jenny 12/16 by THE TLC RADIO NETWORK [Video]

Another fantastic special for y’all today! The songs of Elvis by and with Sherrill Nielsen….This man’s tenor was fantastic!! He sang with Elvis from 1973 – 1977, and died of lung cancer on December 10, 2010……Another great voice missed in this world. It is time to celebrate this great voice and listen to the songs of Elvis he performed, and songs he did with Elvis! The most notable was the tear-jerker “Softly as I Leave You”….. so join me and regale your ears and heart with these beautiful renditions…. 130pm Pacific, 230pm Mountain, 330pm Central, 430pm Eastern….. 516-387-1332 And if you like what you hear, and you want to and can, show some appreciation by making a small donation at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Jenny’smusic Join me for some great music…..i’ll be there, hope you will, too…..

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Lung Cancer Comparison Model EZR10063 [Video]

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Quick Guide to Lung Cancer Treatment [Video]

In this Quick Guide to Lung Cancer Treatment, you’ll learn what lung cancer is, what its risk factors are, how it is diagnosed, what staging means, and what the two main types of lung cancer are. You’ll also learn how treatment is planned, what common lung cancer treatments are, and what resources are available for learning more. To learn more about lung cancer and lung cancer treatment options, visit www.CancerSupportCommunity.org/Lung0:00 Introduction0:47 What is lung cancer?1:14 Risk factors 3:03 Diagnosis4:08 Stages4:28 Two main types of lung cancer 5:25 Treatment planning5:39 Common lung cancer treatments 7:25 Resources