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Currently, it is recognized and accepted by the most prestigious American and European organizations that lung cancer in its early stages must be operated by minimally invasive, that is, by holes no greater than 25mm in which no instrument is used that separates ribs, with this method a correct and complete oncological surgery can be obtained, which also offers many benefits to the patient, such as: less pain, faster recovery, fewer days of hospitalization, better oncological response, reduction in hospital costs.

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It is defined as an excessive production of sweat in one or more regions of the body, generally due to an excess secretion of sweat dependent on the innervation of the sympathetic nervous system. The anatomical regions that are most frequently affected are the face, armpits and palms.

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The two main types of lung cancer are small cell lung cancer and non-small cell lung cancer. The causes of lung cancer can be smoking, secondhand smoking, exposure to certain toxins, and family history.

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