Notoriously associated with smoking, and second-hand smoke, many people may unwittingly be affected by lung cancer. Signs of the disease may not be as easy to spot as you’d think, especially as there are only a few nerve endings in the affected organ.
The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation is a leading UK charity that has funnelled millions of pounds into lung cancer research.
To raise awareness, the organisation has highlighted the not-so-known warning signs of the disease.
Firstly, “finger clubbing” – whereby the fingertips enlarge and “become more curved” – is highly linked to lung cancer.