Your Unique Lung Cancer
It's important to know the makeup of your particular lung cancer. Learn the type, stage and if you have any mutations or biomarkers. This helps your doctor determine all of your treatment options.
Preparing for Treatment
No two lung cancers are the same, and they shouldn't be treated that way. Learn your options, what to expect and how to get help.
- Types of lung cancer treatment
- How do I stay organized and prepared?
- Planning for life with lung cancer
Don't Wait to Get Help with Side Effects
Palliative care, which is a medical specialty that helps patients manage their side effects, should be given at the start of treatment.
You Are Not Alone
No person facing lung cancer should go through it alone. Luckily, we have many resources that can connect you with people who are in your shoes. Learn more.
Patients enrolled in clinical trials have access to top-notch care and are closely monitored. For some patients, a clinical trial is the best treatment option they have available to them. Learn more.
Page last updated: March 22, 2020