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How does lung cancer start?

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All cancers start by a mutation or RNA or DNA in the body, which causes a cell to divide incorrectly, and keeps passing the same mutation down to the future divisions. Anything which can cause damage to the rna/dna of the cells will be the cause. The cancer is group of mutated cells, multiplying. Radiation, heavy metals, and chemicals are usually what affect the cells.

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