Understanding Lung Cancer
When caught early enough, lung cancer can be treated and even cured. Know the early signs of possible lung cancer and what to do about them.
It's hard enough to stop smoking without constant put downs from friends and family. Help a smoker quit with techniques that aren't mere nagging.
Find out about the chemistry of breath and what it could tell you about your health
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- Understanding Cancer Treatment
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- Cancer Signs and Symptoms
- Men: Cancer Symptoms You're Most Likely to Ignore
- Foods That Help Prevent Cancer
- How to Get Someone to Quit Smoking Without Hating You
- My husband is experiencing severe nasal drip due to chemo. Any suggestions?
- How can we transfer my mom to a cancer teaching hospital?
- Should we tell Dad he's sick?
- What will happen now that chemo has been stopped?
- What can I expect when my husband takes a break from chemo?
- What could be causing my husband's shortness of breath?
- How do I know if my mother-in-law's symptoms are related to her cancer or dementia/
- Why are my husband's dementia and hallucinations at night?
- What can I do help my brother, who has terminal lung cancer and refuses hospice services?
- Will PET scan detect all cancers like lung, brain and bone cancer?
- How can I comfort my mother when she feels distressed about losing her hair?
- How long does chemo last?
- Does my husband have symptoms of dementia?
- Why doesn't Dad take his health seriously?
- Should Mom know her cancer is terminal?