A lung cancer diagnosis isn't reserved only for those who smoke tobacco. In 2013, over 228,000 new cases of lung cancer were diagnosed in the U.S., and secondhand smoke contributes to the problem. Even if you've never smoked, you're still at risk. Learn more about the risk factors and symptoms of lung cancer.
When Bonnie Mandarich’s doctor saw a spot on the CT scan of her lungs, he figured it was nothing to worry about. But when Bonnie saw a specialist at National Jewish Health for sinus trouble, the story soon changed.