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As technology has advanced, it has become clear how strenuous cancer diseases may be worldwide, with lung cancer topping the list of cancer with the highest death rates. The only cause behind this growing loss of life is the overdue diagnosis of the disease, as in the early stage, it is unresectable. According to studies, lung cancer affects smokers and tobacco users, and nonsmokers in large numbers. This review will emphasize lung cancer and its categorization, diverse diagnosis methods, namely biopsy CT scan, acknowledge specific treatment plans given, including chemotherapies, radiation therapies and various genetic and environmental factors that affect lung cancer. The ultimate purpose of this assessment is to summarize our know-how of this disease and the advances done in lung cancer treatment in the past few decades, and how it has affected the survival rates.
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