Detecting lung cancer early, even without symptoms


An LDCT scan can pick up early stage lung cancer, as seen here, which might not present with any symptoms yet and which can be cured. The tumour is the white blob in the left black field. — Dr ANAND SACHITHANANDAN

When it comes to lung cancer, there is a common misconception that it can only affect certain people, such as those who are older or those with a history of smoking.

However, the question when it comes to lung cancer is no longer just “Do you smoke?”.

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