Lung cancer occurs when a tumor grows inside one of your lungs. The cancer can spread to other parts of your body. It's important to catch the cancer early.
Symptoms of lung cancer include a cough that doesn't go away, chest pain that gets worse, and coughing up blood, among several others. Here's what you should know.
You can get lung cancer if you smoke — or if you never smoked. If you have symptoms or have been diagnosed, it's important to find out your options quickly.
If you are concerned about lung cancer, have been diagnosed with cancer, or are caring for someone with cancer, you will have questions. Here are some basics to start.
If you're caring for someone with lung cancer, learn all you can. Knowledge builds confidence, but be sure to avoid information overload. Here's what you should know.
While smoking is still the main risk factor for lung cancer, 12 percent of lung cancer patients never smoked. Air pollution and genes increase your risk.