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While current and former smokers are at a higher risk of getting lung cancer, you do not have to have a history of smoking to receive a diagnosis.

There were an estimated 130,180 deaths from lung cancer in the United States in 2022, making it the leading cause of cancer death.

Lung cancer symptoms may include: coughing, chest pain, shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing up blood, and weight loss with no known cause.


⚠️ Take Action ⚠️


Here are some ways to keep your lungs healthy:

✨Don’t smoke 🚭

✨Minimize exposure to outdoor air pollution 💨

✨Prevent infection 🧼💦

✨Get regular check-ups

✨Exercise 🏃🏼‍♀️


MD 1st Urgent Care Is Here For You


👉🏻Coughing? Breathless? Feeling tired? These could be signs of lung cancer.

📞 Call now to make an appointment (734) 535-8977.