Lung Cancer and Pain
Last updated: May 2023
There are many types of pain associated with lung cancer, from pain as a sign or symptom of lung cancer, to pain as a treatment side effect, to the emotional pain that a lung cancer diagnosis and life with lung cancer may cause. Any new pain can be scary to those with lung cancer.
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Having a lobe removed is a painful process that requires one to be very patient about the time it takes to recover. https://t.co/Dh0tAUbSJS
— LungCancer.net (@LungCancer_HU) September 15, 2017
Have you experienced pain as a symptom of your lung cancer?
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