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Listen out for lung cancer (audio)

This resource talks about a new campaign to listen out for lung cancer. It discusses the symptoms of lung cancer and that they are not necessarily related to smoking. The key message is to visit your doctor and ask for an xray if you have a persistent cough, a new or changed cough or are coughing up blood. It also advises against smoking to reduce the risk of lung cancer.

Year first published or reviewed: 2013

Last updated on: 04-08-2015
By: Aboriginal Health&Medical Research Council

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Primary Audience / Population Groups

Specifically written for:
Men, Women
Target Group(s):
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander groups, General Public

Focus Of Resource

Cancer Type:
Lung Cancer
Area of focus:
Diagnosis, Prevention (Alcohol & Drugs, Healthy Lifestyle, Healthy Weight, Nutrition, Tobacco)

Publication Process

Every resource has been self-rated by the publisher submitting it, in regards to the steps taken to ensure it is high quality. The rating is based on the level of community and clinical involvement in producing the resource, scientific evidence used and the quality of the writing and design. This rating may assist you to select the most appropriate resources for your needs.

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