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Get out of breath easily/still coughing?


Maximum Order: 10

Series : Be clear on cancer

Published : July 2016
Page Length : 1
Format : Flyer A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Public Health England

If someone gets out of breath doing everyday things, they should not ignore it, and must tell their doctor. It could be a sign of lung or heart disease or even cancer. Finding it early, makes it more treatable. If a cough lasts for more than 3 weeks or more, it could also be a sign of lung disease or cancer. The 'Be Clear on Cancer' breathlessness campaign is aimed at those aged 50 or over.


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