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What is cancer-related chest pain?

Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)
The two lungs sitting on either side of the heart are flexible air sacs that expand and contract tirelessly with each breath. They take in oxygen-rich air essential for all processes in the body and releases carbon dioxide, the waste product produced by hard-working cells. Compromise their capacity and subtleness, the whole body suffers the effects. Tumors located in lungs make breathing difficult and painful. The cancer can also infiltrate the breathing tubes to cause wheezing.

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