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Cancer

Where can I find specific information about lung cancer?

The British Lung Foundation provides a national helpline (0845 850 5020) for information and advice about all forms of lung disease and lung cancer. There is also a local support group (called Breathe Easy) that meets up on a monthly basis to socialise, organise days out and listen to guest speakers.

The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation also have a national helpline (0800 358 7200) that focuses specifically on lung cancer for anyone wanting to find out more about the condition.

Further information about lung cancer, including symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and living with the condition can be found via the specific Cancer Research UK and Macmillan Cancer Support pages.

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