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Hello,
I am a smoker (more than 20 years), and I smoked while I was pregnant with my daughter. She was also raised surrounded with cigarette smoke and was a passive smoker all her life (she is 14 now).
She is complaining more than a month she feels popping in her chest. Is it possible that a teenage girl has lung cancer?

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Hey there,
It is 20 times smaller chance for her to get lung cancer then it is for you!
But it is possible she gets it. I really don’t want to wake up some more your guilt, but she really shouldn’t be surrounded by smokers no more.
Take her to doctor and get her lungs x rayed. It is possible she has something else, it is not always cancer.
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Only 9% of life-long smokers develop lung cancer although smoking accounts for 87% of lung cancers.

Lung cancer is only one of a very lengthy list of ailments caused by smoking.
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