Do you have any of the following persistent symptoms?


Has your cough lasted for three weeks or more, has your long-term cough changed, or are you coughing up blood?

Breathing problems

Do you have breathing problems such as difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, wheezing, or a hoarse voice?


Have you had an intermittent fever for many weeks?

Appetite/weight loss

Do you have a change in appetite or weight loss?

Fatigue and weakness

Do you have extreme fatigue and muscle weakness?

Shoulder, chest, or rib pain

Do you have pain in your shoulders, chest, or ribs?

Bone pain

Do you have bone pain in your joints?

Finger clubbing

Are your fingers wider at the tips than they used to be?

If you have one or more of the persistent symptoms above, ask your doctor to do tests to see if you have lung cancer.

Don't wait, Get checked!