Is coffee bad for lung cancer patient?

No. There is no evidence that coffee is bad for lung cancer patients. However, please bear in mind that coffee is a natural diuretic (make people urinate more often). If you have advanced disease and side effects from treatments, drinking a lot of coffee may lead to frequent urination and loss of water and dehyration and it may worsen tiredness, fatigue and poor energy. It may also affect your sleep.

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Can a lung cancer patient still jog or run?

Yes, absolutely. Lung cancer patient can still jog or run. Yes, absolutely. Just use your common sense. If you feel well , not feeling tired- absoultely you can jog or run. You need to listen to your body. Get some rest if you must. Dont exert yourself too much. I always encourage everybody to keep active as much as possible. Read more...
Depends. The level of physical activity of any person depends on the functions of heart, lungs, muscles and nerves. As long as those are intact an early, small lung cancer by itself would not limit activity. Read more...

Can you tell me which are the particles that a lung cancer patient emmit when he/she coughs or exhale?

Mucous and blood. You can have pieces of a lung cancer coughed up if it involves the airway, but usually it is mucous and blood. Even if tumor is present, you cannot pass cancer to someone else. Read more...

Can a lung cancer patient be active in a competitive sport?

Yes. They would certainly be at a disadvantage since treatment might include removing part of the lung, radiation damage to the lung, and/or side effects of chemotherapy. Read more...
Yes. If a patient has had surgery to remove part of their lung to treat lung cancer, often they can return to competitive sports. Pulmonary endurance however may be less than before the surgery. Minimally invasive surgery has hastened return to work and other activities of daily living. Read more...
Depends. The level of physical activity will depend on the general health and pulmonary function. If the person is otherwise healthy, there is no reason to curtail activity. Read more...