Cancer in the United Kingdom has been rising, and the number of people affected by the disease as well as the number of people dying from the fatal disease is growing by the day and this will be having a significant impact on how people look at the condition and what the nation will be doing to reduce the number of people affected. As there are a number of cancers, there are some which are particularly very fatal and have little chance of survival. One such disease is Lung cancer.
The United Kingdom has seen the rise of this prevalent and severe type of cancer and it is estimated that around 47,000 people every year are affected by the disease of Lung Cancer, the spotting of symptoms can be pretty crucial to aiding the treatment of the disease, and this is what the nation and the NHS has been pushing to create awareness about. Some of the significant symptoms of the disease are a persistent cough, coughing up blood, persistent breathlessness, unexplained tiredness or weight loss, and an ache or pain when breathing or coughing. So if any of the people experience such diseases, they should immediately contact the physicians and have a checkup.
Awareness about these symptoms could save one's lives as this type of cancer has a chance of treatment if detected in the early stages, but once it moves up, then the survival rates drop down pretty fast, and there are some significant issues.
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