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What if i were diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer, how long have i had lung cancer?

What if i were diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer, how long have i had lung cancer?

May be: Take trtracycline 500 mg 4 times a day for 3 weeks. Also squeeze the acne pimple to evacuate the pus. Wash your face with medicated soap and apply clindamycine 1% solution to each lesion, you will clear them quickly. ...Read more

Dr. Barry Rosen
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Cancer (Definition)

Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more


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Have had a deep ache in upper back over two years same spot. Had spine MRI it was ok. Chest xray ok. If i had lung cancer would it have shown itself?

Have had a deep ache in upper back over two years same spot. Had spine MRI it was ok. Chest xray ok. If i had lung cancer would it have shown itself?

We cannot help you!: We have done the best we can do for you via emails!. It is now time that you go seek help from a doctor who can examine you and test you till you are satisfied.Once one doctor gets tired, you can seek a second opinion. After that you have to begin trusting your doctors more than your own mind. Good luck! ...Read more

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I have had chest xray and throastic spine MRI with no contrast. I have this back pain in my upper back that comes and goes. If I had lung cancer would they have saw anything?

I have had chest xray and throastic spine MRI with no contrast. I have this back pain in my upper back that comes and goes. If I had lung cancer would they have saw anything?

NO: To assess lungs for masses, cancerous or not, need cat scan thorax. Chest xray will consistently miss small potentially curable tumors depending on location in lungs , size and density.Mri of the spine has a limited view of parts of the lungs and you can not rule out the presence of a lung lesion with an MRI of the spine and a chest xray. Mri of the thoracic spine is not used to find lung nodules. ...Read more

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Had a CT done for chest pain to check for blood clots, would they have seen if I had lung cancer or something if they weren't looking for it in the ER?

Had a CT done for chest pain to check for blood clots, would they have seen if I had lung cancer or something if they weren't looking for it in the ER?

Most likely,...: Assuming you had a CT of the Chest, that would reveal any masses in the Chest area imaged, that may be suspicious and warrant further investigation. ...Read more

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Syntoms of lung cancer?

Syntoms of lung cancer?

Many: Early on, no symptoms. Later, cough, weight loss, poor appetite, loss of energy, chest pain, coughing blood, dizziness, headache, shortness of breath ...Etc. ...Read more

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What causes lung cancer?

What causes lung cancer?

Several causes...: But the most common correlation with lung cancer is smoking. Smoking alone will increase your risk of lung cancer by about 20 times by smoking one pack per day for twenty years. Other sources can be genetic (alpha-1 antitrypsin disorder), related to environmental exposures that are inhaled, or other less common reasons. ...Read more

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How is lung cancer cured?

How is lung cancer cured?

Multidisciplinary. : Several specialties are involved with treating a patient with lung cancer. A pulmonologist, oncologist, surgeon, radiation oncologist. Hence, lung cancer is treated and potentially cured by early detection, surgical removal of the tumor and appropriate treatment with chemotherapy and radiation. Not all cancers can be cured but they can be treated. ...Read more

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How could lung cancer be treated?

How could lung cancer be treated?

Depends...: ...On the kind of cancer and the stage. Small cell cancer is typically treated with chemotherapy plus/minus radiation. Non small cell may be treated with surgery, radiation, or chemo, be it separately or in combination. If this is about you or a relative, the treating oncologist should go over the treatment plan that applies to the specific situation. ...Read more

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I think I'm dieing of lung cancer?

I think I'm dieing of lung cancer?

Strange Question!: What makes you say this? Do you have Cancer for sure or not sure? Tell us more details about your health issues so that we can assist you better. ...Read more

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Is mycobacteria linked to lung cancer?

Is mycobacteria linked to lung cancer?

Appears to relate: Yes, studies have found lung cancer associations with mycobacteria. http://goo.gl/fkyr9t and http://goo.Gl/kvlwhx. ...Read more

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What are my chances of surviving lung cancer?

What are my chances of surviving lung cancer?

Depends: Survival from lung cancer depends on the stage of the cancer and the type of cancer and the response to treatments. ...Read more

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How to treat lung cancer?

How to treat lung cancer?

Depends: Surgery if the best option if it can be removed. Chemotherapy and radiation are also commonly used. Best option is to be evaluated by an oncologist and thoracic surgeon/ pulmonologist to direct best treatment strategy. ...Read more

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How deadly is lung cancer?

How deadly is lung cancer?

Very deadly: Lung cancer is the number one killer as far as cancers go, even though it is not the most common. It is frequently diagnosed far too late for any sort of cure to be offered. The overwhelming majority of patients with lung cancer have been or are current smokers. The best thing to avoid lung cancer is not smoke cigarettes. That said, it does not mean that there is no good treatment. ...Read more

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How can lung cancer kill?

A disturbing list: Pneumonia, brain matastases, hypercalcemia, paraneoplastic encephalopathy, restrictive lung disease, medication side-effects, suffocation from wasting. Others. Hoping that you do not have lung cancer, or can get a cure, or that you get good hospice care -- the latter's a blessing that's fairly new. ...Read more

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Is lung cancer preventable?

Is lung cancer preventable?

Yes: The very best way to prevent lung cancer is to not smoke. Also from the time a smoker stops it can take up to 15 years for the lung cancer risk to go back down to that of a non-smoker! if you never start your risk of lung cancer will be low. ...Read more

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Chemo drugs for lung cancer ?

Chemo drugs for lung cancer
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Yes: Depending on the stage, how advanced the disease is and what type of lung cancer it is, chemotherapy can play a major role in treatment of lung cancer. ...Read more

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Can cigars cause lung cancer?

Can cigars cause lung cancer?

Yes: They're not so deadly as cigarettes because people smoke fewer and the smoke is so disgusting that it's not much inhaled. However, I've autopsied two non-smoking wives of heavy cigar smokers who died of smoker-type lung cancer -- my only non-smoker lung cancer autosies. I'd had to be a husband who had to live with that one. ...Read more

Lung (Definition)

Deoxygenated blood enters the lungs from the right side of the heart and travels to the lungs. When you inspire, oxygen flows into the lungs, transverses the capilliares and attaches to hemoglobin down a gradient. At the same time, co2 diffuses into the capilaries and is expelled with exhalation. Oxygen rich blood then flows to the left side of the heart and into the ...Read more


Dr. David Cooke
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Lung Cancer (Definition)

Cancer that forms in tissues of the lung, usually in the cells lining air passages. The two main types are small cell lung cancer and ...Read more