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What are the risks of surgery for non-small cell lung cancer?

The risks of surgery for non-small cell lung cancer include infection and excessive bleeding. After the surgery you may experience shortness of breath. Respiratory therapy can help your lung tissue to gradually expand, allowing you to get more oxygen.

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