Lung Cancer

Accounting for an alarming 158,040 deaths, lung cancer was the most common and deadliest form of cancer in 2015 according to the National Cancer Institute. Hallmarked by two distinct types, non-small cell and small cell, lung cancer is categorized based on how the cells appear under a microscope.

Although a variety of factors can lead to a diagnosis of lung cancer, the most obvious cause comes from tobacco smoking and the inhalation of secondhand tobacco smoke. Most people who are diagnosed with this form of cancer will tragically be overtaken by the disease.

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