Lung cancer symptoms: Five 'surprising' warning signs of a tumour you may be ignoring

Back pain

Certain types of lung cancer – known as a Pancoast tumour – can spread to different parts of the body, including the back.

You may develop unexplained aches or pain on your back, shoulder blades, or upper arm.

Balance problems

Some lung cancer patients find that their immune system attacks the nervous system, which affects how muscles work.

You could be feeling unusually dizzy, or struggle to maintain your balance.


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