- Lung Cancer Basics
We are dedicated to providing those facing lung cancer with the most up-to-day and reader-friendly information.
If you are living with lung cancer or know someone who is and would like a personalized educational package free of charge, call our toll-free HelpLine at 1-800-298-2436 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Targeted Therapy for Lung Cancer – a guide to targeted therapy for lung cancer
Immunotherapy for Lung Cancer – a guide to immunotherapy for lung cancer
Understanding Lung Cancer Clinical Trials – a guide that explains how clinical trials work and where to find the best ones
Understanding Your Diagnosis – a great guide for the newly diagnosed with just the basics on lung cancer
Understanding Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer– more in-depth information about NSCLC
Understanding Small Cell Lung Cancer – more in-depth information about SCLC
Understanding Lung Cancer Biopsies – a guide to help those facing a biopsy understand options and the process
Understanding Your Lung Cancer Pathology Report – a guide that helps explain your lung cancer pathology report
LungMATCH – navigating the world of treatment options can be confusing; we can help
Molecular Testing – what is it and why is it so important; this brochure tells you what you need to know
Loss of Muscle and Weight from Lung Cancer – a guide to muscle and weight loss from lung cancer
Lung Cancer Stigma: How to Cope – a brochure to help patients begin to understand and cope with stigma
Lung Cancer Support Services – a listing of our services described on a portable card
Phone Buddy Program – support program for lung cancer survivors
GUIDES Program – support program for caregivers whose loved one is at end of life or has died
RISK AND SCREENING:
What You Should Know about Risk and Screening – learn about risk and the importance of screening
Understanding Lung Nodules – a guide to understand the process while a nodule is being watched
Why Quit Now? – a resource for those at high risk for lung cancer