Lung Cancer Tips is intended to be an educational web dedicated to sharing knowledge about the medical sciences, especially around Lung cancer and related health problems. We have a writing, editing, and graphic team dedicated to creating helpful content for Lung cancer patients, their families and loved ones, medicine students, and healthcare providers. In good faith, we write our contents intending to become a trustworthy source of medical knowledge. But even so, the content in Lung Cancer Tips should only be used for educational purposes. Neither this web nor its collaborators, creators, and partners should be held liable if the readers make incorrect use of the information we make available.
We have a serious and dedicated team of writers. Their articles are proofread and edited thoroughly by an editing team. Then, our graphic design team comes in to illustrate the message and make it appealing and educational. But even after a multi-step process of writing and producing content, and even if we double-check the information to maintain excellent quality and convey an accurate message, none of the opinions or information expressed in these articles are meant to replace medical advice. Instead, you are recommended to follow medical opinions because your doctor is closer to you and offers more personalized medical attention.
Instead of guiding their treatment process, the information we make available in Lung Cancer Tips is meant to educate the user about Lung cancer, its implications, and its related diseases and similar conditions. It is a summary of information and a helpful resource for doctors and patients. However, it is never meant to replace academic texts and data from medical academies, papers, journals, and official guidelines created by international health organizations.
Thus, if you come to Lung Cancer Tips as an individual worried about their health, we recommend using the site as an informative tool. Do not make decisions based on the information laid down in the articles. Talk to your doctor about your concerns instead and use the site to understand your condition and the decisions and recommendations given by your doctor. If you doubt your doctor’s expertise or clinical experience, look for a second medical opinion, but avoid neglecting your condition, especially if you suspect lung cancer or similarly severe disease.
Finally, it is also essential to communicate that intellectual property is a critical aspect of Lung Cancer Tips. We abide by international copyright laws and do not take any content from other sources as our own. If you feel that any of our contents are inappropriate or violating your creator’s rights, contact us, and our team will readily reply to your concerns. Similarly, we ask of you not to duplicate, reproduce, or modify our contents for public use without our written permission. If you have any doubts about this particular, you’re welcome to contact us anytime.