Lung Cancer Educational Materials
We are dedicated to providing those facing lung cancer with the most up-to-day and reader-friendly information. We are also a resource for the nurses, social workers, patient navigators and other healthcare professionals who work directly with lung cancer patients and their loved ones. Getting our information is easy, just call our toll-free information line at 1-800-298-2436 or email Amy Copeland at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our educational materials include:
What You Should Know about Risk, Screening and Symptoms – information about risk and screening for the general population
Understanding Your Diagnosis: A Guide for the Patient – a great gide for the newly diagnosed with just the basics on lung cancer
Understanding Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: A Guide for the Patient – more in-depth information about NSCLC and treatment options
Understanding Small Cell Lung Cancer: A Guide for the Patient – more in-depth information about SCLC and treatment options, including prophylactic cranial irradiation (PCI)
Coping With Reactions to Your Diagnosis – the first ever brochure designed to help patients begin to understand and cope with the stigma associated with lung cancer
Understanding Lung Cancer Clinical Trials: A Guide for the Patient – a guide that explains why clinical trials are important, how the process works and how to find an appropriate trial
Phone Buddy Program – information about our peer-to-peer telephone support program
Lung Cancer Support Services – all of our services described on a portable card
Frankly Speaking about Lung Cancer – We are proud to have collaborated on the lung cancer volume of the Cancer Support Community’s (CSC) highly respected Frankly Speaking series. We are able to send out 10 copies of the book. If you need more copies than that, please order from CSC at their website: https://orders.cancersupportcommunity.org/
The latest copy of the LCA Times, which contains updates on our awareness
raising, advocacy, and support efforts.
New Directions, our annual newsletter that provides information about promising lung cancer clinical trial results.
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