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The presence of cancer of the lungs is rare in adolescent patients, particularly in those under 20 years of age. A cancer that begins in the lungs is most often found in older patients with a history of tobacco use. In literature cancer in younger patients mostly meditational origins. Hence, we found two cases of lung cancer in a 15 and 17 years old male with different clinical presentation and history. In this paper, we hope to illustrate the unique challenges in diagnosing and treating youngdoi:10.33140/jcrc.04.06.01 fatcat:qlhh5nzadzh7rntymo23a77mfq