LungCancerSymptoms.org Aims To Boost Awareness Of Warning Signs Of Lung Cancer
Beaverton, Oregon, USA - LungCancerSymptoms.org, a leading provider of information on lung cancer, today highlighted the need to increase awareness of the early symptoms of lung cancer, if deaths from this disease are to be brought down.
“Lung cancer killed over 156,000 people during 2011 in the United States alone. Many of those deaths occurred because the disease was not diagnosed at an early stage when it would have been possible to treat it with greater success. For death rates to decline, everyone needs to become aware of the common symptoms of lung cancer,” said Richard Miller, a health researcher with LungCancerSymptoms.org.
The firm’s website provides extensive information on all aspects of lung cancer, covering diagnostic methods, disease staging, treatment options and more. It also features a blog to highlight new developments and provide useful tips on dealing with the disease.
According to Miller, while many common lung cancer symptoms also occur with other less serious health conditions, too many people who have these symptoms choose to ignore them. This results in thousands of cases of cancer progressing to a stage where they cannot be cured. The company aims to reverse this trend by showing people what warning signs to look for and encouraging them to seek medical attention when any of those signs are present.
Complete details can be found at http://www.lungcancersymptoms.org.
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