Cancer – Lung cancer Medications

What is cancer of the lungs?

Lung cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells that start off in one or both lungs; usually in the cells that line the air passages. The abnormal cells do not develop into healthy lung tissue, they divide rapidly and form tumors.

What is the most common form of lung cancer?

Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer. This is the most common type of lung cancer. About 85% of lung cancers are non-small cell lung cancers. Squamous cell carcinoma, adenocarcinoma, and large cell carcinoma are all subtypes of non-small cell lung cancer.

Is lung cancer can be cured?

Surgical removal of a tumour in an early stage may then give a good chance of cure. However, most people with lung cancer are diagnosed when the cancer has already spread. In this situation a cure is less likely. However, treatment can often slow down the progression of the cancer.

Can you get lung cancer from pneumonia?

Lung infection (pneumonia) which may develop in a part of a lung blocked off by a growing tumour. The infection may not improve with antibiotics. Fluid which may accumulate between the lung and chest wall (pleural effusion). This can causeworsening shortness of breath.
Some of the lung cancer medicine are given below:

Crizalk Crizotinib Capsules

Crizalk Crizotinib Capsules

Crizotinib 250mg Capsules Specification:
Brand Name: Crizalk Capsules
Contents: Crizotinib 250mg
Form: Capsules
Strength: 250mg
Manufactured By: Pfizer
Packing: Pack of 60 Capsules

Gefitinib 250 mg Tablets Geftinat

geftinat 250mg

Geftinat 250mg Gefitinib Tablets Specification
Brand Name: Geftinat 250mg
Content: Gefitinib 250mg
Form: Tablets
Strength: 250mg
Manufactured By: Natco Pharma Limited
Packing: Pack of 30 tablets
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