Today is lung Cancer Diagnosis Day, a day where people can track their progress in diagnosing and treating the disease.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, lung cancer is the second most common cancer in the United States, after prostate cancer.
According, lung cancers are the third most common in the U.S. and third in the world.
The majority of people diagnosed with lung cancer are younger than 65 years old.
The CDC estimates that approximately 5% of the world’s population is diagnosed with the disease in 2017.
The disease is considered the most common type of cancer in America, with the most recent estimates showing that nearly one in five American adults will develop the disease by the end of their lifetime.
If you are diagnosed with any lung cancer, talk with your doctor or a doctor’s office to make sure you are getting the right treatment.
If your doctor suspects you have lung cancer or any other lung disease, you can talk to the health care team at your hospital.
The most common symptoms of lung cancer include: aching joints, weakness, and shortness of breath