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Series : Be clear on cancer

Published : May 2017
Page Length : 1
Format : Email signature / web banner
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Public Health England

Getting out of breath or a persistent cough could be a sign of heart or lung disease, including cancer. Finding it early makes it more treatable, so don’t ignore it, tell your doctor. Chances are it’s nothing serious but if it is cancer finding it early makes it more treatable.


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