Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in both men and women in the U.S. In fact, according to the American Cancer Society, there are about 221,000 new cases of lung cancer each year.
What are the symptoms of lung cancer?
Some symptoms of lung cancer are a cough that doesn't go away (or if it gets worse), chest pain, hoarseness, weight loss, loss of appetite, coughing up blood, feeling tired, wheezing, and suffering from infections like bronchitis and pneumonia that won't go away.
Even though treatments such as chemotherapy or radiation can help the cancer from spreading, they can also cause a handful of unpleasant symptoms that can make the process a lot worse.
Forty-one years after being told he had just six months to live, Carl O. Helvie, RN, might be the longest-living survivor of lung cancer from using natural ways to heal.
In this segment, Dr. Helvie joins Dr. Holly to discuss how you can use integrative methods to heal and beat your lung cancer.