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If you have any symptom that's been bothering you, it's best to visit your GP as early as possible to get it checked out.
The symptoms of lung cancer may include:
If you have any of the above symptoms for more than three weeks, it‘s important to have them checked by your GP. All of these symptoms can be caused by illnesses other than cancer.
Lung cancer is sometimes diagnosed in people who don’t have any symptoms, but who are having a chest x-ray or scan for another problem.
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Content last reviewed: 1 September 2012
Next planned review: 2014
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