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When you’re worried about lung cancer, your first challenge is learning about the risk factors and what can be done to prevent this disease. After a lung cancer diagnosis, you’ll need to understand the diagnosis and learn what to expect during treatment, including how to manage symptoms and side effects.

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After lung removal due to cancer, what is the prognosis?
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I had two thirds of my lung removed(early detectio ...

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