Vigilant checks on common illnesses like cough, breathlessness and fatigue, recurring bronchitis and pneumonia can help in early diagnosis of lung cancer. Cyberknife, radioactive non invasive surgery helps in curing lung cancers.
Miami, Florida (WiredPRNews.com) — The word ‘cancer’ makes everyone shudder. Usually, patients discover existence of cancer at a later stage, when treatments options get too limited. The fact is that many symptoms in cancer resemble very common ailments and the patient tries to find cure through regular medicines, only to find out later that it is too late.
Early diagnoses help in finding cure in case of lung cancer, though in lung cancer symptoms too are tricky and leaves on wondering “how did this happen?” — a question that remains unanswered because the lung cancer patient was not aware of many lung cancer symptoms resemble every day ailments.
You may have a simple cough that won’t go away, you may be breathless or get fatigued soon, and you may have a recurring bronchitis or pneumonia
Cough – cough is a regular illness for which people can buy off the shelf medicine and try finding a cure. But what if it won’t go away and brings pain in the chest or the patient coughs up blood. You need to see a doctor straight away and get yourself treated.
Breathlessness – One might think that due to his laziness or non work out attitude is making him breathless, he needs to be fit to contain his stamina. You may be right but doctor’s check up it might have to do something with your lungs.
Exhaustion – You get tired too soon, you might need some vitamins to get you energy back but your doctor might think otherwise. Breathlessness accompanied with fatigue are gruesome twosome that can bring bad news to you.
Ignoring such symptoms can be dangerous. Proper check ups will help the patient to contain the spread of disease and avail various treatment options. Such treatment options can help in permanent cure of lung cancer.
To find out more about CyberKnife for lung cancer treatment visit the CyberKnife center near you. Patients from Central / South American and Caribbean can check out MorseCyberKnife Centers with treatment locations in Miami, West Palm Beach and Tampa Bay.