Reducing Secretions Related to Metastatic Lung Cancer
What is the best way to reduce the copious secretions related to metastatic lung cancer?
James M. Metz, MD, Editor-in-Chief of OncoLink and Professor of Radiation Oncology at Penn Medicine, responds:
The answer would depend on what type of secretions to which you are referring. You should discuss the secretions with your physician so that the appropriate treatment can be applied in your individual situation. Generally, there are some different types of secretions patients with lung cancer complain about:
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