Lung Cancer Symptoms And Risk Factors

Most lung cancers do not cause symptoms until they have spread, but some people with early lung cancer do have symptoms. A lung cancer specialist may recommend treatment if your cancer is found at an early stage, when treatment is more likely to be effective.

Cancer has many risk factors, some of which can be changed by behaviour and others that cannot change. However, having a risk factor or several does not mean you will get the disease. And some people who get the disease may have few or no known risk factors. Several risk factors can make you more likely to develop lung cancer. These factors are related to the risk of lung cancer in general. It’s possible that some of these might not apply to small cell lung cancer (SCLC).

Insight And Advice From Our Lung cancer specialist

In order to diagnose and provide best lung cancer treatment, we will most likely use a multidisciplinary approach.

A person with lung cancer receives a determined kind of cancer treatment depending on your type, age, and how quickly cancer spreads, and if cancer has spread to other parts of the body, you will receive a determined kind of cancer treatment.

Radiation therapy, targeted therapies, surgery, immunotherapy, and chemotherapy for lung cancer treatment are performed to treat your condition at our center. Depending upon your condition, we may combine two or more treatments at the Lung cancer treatment center in Noida.

Treatment we provide

We perform best lung cancer treatment based on how fast the tumor grows and whether it has spread to other parts of your body.


Treatment and relief of the symptoms of lung cancer can be achieved with chemotherapy, which shrinks tumors and relieves pain. Lung cancer chemotherapy is often administered over several months.

Radiation therapy

We provide a treatment that involves high radiation energy to kill cancer cells. This treatment often lasts for several weeks.


This treatment activates the immune system to slow the growth of cancer cells or destroy cancer cells. Most treatments take several weeks to complete.

Our Centers

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Lung Cancer Clinic, Sector 63,

H 1A/37, Sector 63, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301


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Max Super Speciality Hospital,

W-3, Ashok Marg, near Radisson Blu Hotel, Sector-1, Vaishali, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh 201012


Blood Cancer Centre Max Super Speciality Hospital, Noida

Max Super Speciality Hospital,

A364, A Block, Pocket A, Sector 19, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301


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Lung Cancer Treatment, Sector 104,

Zeeva Clinic, HA 103A, First Floor, SECTOR 104, Noida- 201304


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Max Super Speciality Hospital, Patparganj

108A, I.P.Extension, Patparganj, Delhi,


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Zeeva Lung Cancer Treatment Center & Clinic,
Gaur City

FF – 133B, Mahagun Mart Mall, Greater Noida W Rd, Gaur City 2, Uttar Pradesh 201309



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    Zeeva – The Best Lung Cancer Treatment Centre in Noida and Delhi NCR

    Zeeva Oncology is a division of a leading clinic firm ‘Zeeva Clinic.’ We are one of India’s leading destinations for Lung cancer treatment in Noida. With a vision to set up a world-class facility and provide advanced cancer treatment, it was founded in 2019 by Dr Vikas Goswami.

    Under the guidance of the best Lung cancer doctors and surgeons, we use cutting-edge technology, resulting in the highest level of service and treatment standards. Having located in the posh location of Noida, the clinic is well equipped with advanced infrastructure.​

    Are you looking for the best Lung Cancer Hospital in Delhi, NCR? Get the best treatment from the leading cancer hospital in Noida.

    Dr Vikas Goswami – The Best Lung Cancer Doctor In Delhi

    Dr Vikas Goswami is a highly experienced Medical Oncology Senior Consultant at Max Healthcare (Vaishali and Greater Noida). He is a well-trained medical oncologist and has excellent recognition and reputation at the national and international levels.

    He holds a graduate degree from one of the prestigious medical institutes, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi. He has also completed his training in Internal Medicine at the reputed Gandhi Medical College in Bhopal. Later, he underwent a vigorous three years of training and a post-doctoral in Medical Oncology. He attained specialization in Medical Oncology from the esteemed National Board of Examinations, i.e. the Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Institute, New Delhi. It is infrequent to find doctors in India who have impressive qualifications records.


    01/ What are the risk factors for lung cancer?

    Aside from smoking, tobacco use or secondhand smoke, other risk factors for lung cancer include:

    • Personal or family history of lung cancer
    • Exposure to other cancer-causing agents such as radon, arsenic, air pollution or asbestos
    • Certain dietary supplements such as beta carotene
    02/ Can lung cancer be detected early?

    Symptoms of lung cancer usually don’t appear until the disease is already at an advanced, noncurable stage, which makes early detection difficult. However, our Lung Cancer treatment Center uses computed tomography (CT) scans to identify potential lung cancer as early as possible in current or former smokers.

    03/ What tests are needed to stage lung cancer?

    In order to determine the best and most effective treatment options, your doctor must first determine which stage your lung cancer is in. To do so, your doctor may administer staging tests, such as computerized tomography (CT) scans, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography (PET) and bone scans, each of which allows your doctor to determine the location and extent to which your lung cancer may have spread.

    04/ Can lung cancer be detected in blood tests?

    Although there currently are not any blood tests available that can detect lung cancer with certainty, we have participated in tumor sampling research to assist in the development of future lab tests and better understand how to distinguish between malignant and benign tumors to determine overall risk factors.

    05/ Can lung cancer be cured?

    Although lung cancer can technically be cured, it is very rare and can only occur in very specific circumstances, such as individuals who have stage 1A lung cancer with no vascular invasion.
    However, lung cancer can be treated and managed in a variety of ways, especially given recent advancements in modern medicine and oncology. Although there is always a chance that lung cancer can recur, the longer someone lives without evidence of cancer the lower the likelihood that it will come back.

    06/How do you treat lung cancer?

    Our lung cancer team, along with specialists from the Henry Ford Center for Lung Health, cares for more than 500 lung cancer patients every year. A team of specialists will discuss your particular case and develop a treatment plan specific to your health and your unique needs. Depending on which stage your lung cancer is in at diagnosis, your treatment may include:

    • Ablation techniques (minimally invasive procedures to destroy tumors)
    • Clinical trials
    • Immunotherapy
    • Interventional pulmonology
    • Lung cancer surgery
    • Targeted therapy through our Precision Medicine program
    • Radiation therapy

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