The symptoms of non-small cell cancer are
- a cough that does not go away
- changes to a chronic cough
- coughing up blood
- shortness of breath
- chest or bone pain
- loss of appetite
- unexplained weight loss.
Unfortunately, most of the symptoms of non-small cell cancer do not show up until later stages of the disease. If you experience symptoms and you are a smoker, you should see your doctor right away.