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Lung cancer refers to a condition when cells in the lungs undergo uncontrolled division and take up space in the lungs thereby affecting the lung’s ability to expel waste and exchange gas. The most common symptoms of lung cancer are:
Your lung cancer treatment depends on the type of lung cancer, where it is, it's size, whether it has spread, and your overall health. Some of the common treatments for lung cancer are:
Surgery: The type of surgery you need for lung cancer depends on the following factors
the size of the cancer
the position of the cancer in the lung
the type of lung cancer (small cell or non small cell lung cancer)
whether it has spread
Lobectomy: It is a surgical procedure to remove one lobe of the lung. Your oncologist will recommend this type of operation if the cancer is present in just one part of one lung.
Bilobectomy: It is a surgical procedure to remove two lobes of the lung.
Pneumonectomy: It is a surgical procedure to remove an entire lung.
Segmentectomy: It is a surgical procedure to remove areas of the lung along with their veins, arteries and airways.
Wedge resection: It is a surgical procedure to remove a small section of lung that contains the tumor along with a margin of healthy tissue.
Remember, If you have a larger lung cancer, your doctor may recommend chemotherapy or radiation therapy before surgery in order to shrink the cancer.
Chemotherapy:Chemotherapy is a procedure that uses drugs to destroy cancer cells, usually by ending the cancer cells’ ability to grow and divide. Learn more
Radiation Therapy: Radiation therapy is a procedure that uses high-energy x-rays or other particles to destroy cancer cells. There are several different types of radiation therapy:
Immunotherapy: Immunotherapy is a procedure where your immune system gets in use to fight cancer. Your body’s disease-fighting immune system may not attack the cancer cells since it will produce proteins that bind the immune system cells. Immunotherapy works by interfering with that process. People with advanced lung cancer undergo immunotherapy treatments.
When your lung cancer treatment ends, your doctor will want to monitor your health closely. You will have several tubes in place, which will be removed after your recovery. You may feel experience breathing problems, nausea and vomiting after the treatment . You may take 6–12 weeks to resume your usual routine and activities.
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MD, DM inMedical Oncology. He received advanced training from the world's leading institutions including M.D. Anderson Cancer Institute, USA, International School for Cancer Care, Oxford, UK, University of New South Wales,Australia etc
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