Manage the most common symptoms and side effects of lung cancer and its treatment with discussion and tips from leading experts, patients currently coping with side effects and other medical professionals.
This series features four webinars, each focusing on a common side effect or symptom of lung cancer and its treatment. Spend 45 minutes with knowledgeable speakers presenting a variety of perspectives, guidance and information on a session topic. The last 15 minutes are devoted to answering participant questions.
Archived webinars and resources
Managing Lung Cancer Symptoms and Improving Quality of Life
This webinar discussed how palliative care specialists partner with you, your family, and your other doctors so you can have the best quality of life possible. Here’s a recap of key takeaways from our webinar with Get Palliative Care and Dr. Andrew Esch, MD, MBA, a medical education consultant to the Center to Advance Palliative Care from August 8, 2018. Click here to watch the recorded webinar.
Shortness of Breath
This webinar focused on shortness of breath, an incredibly common issue for those living with lung cancer. Access the webinar and related resources through these links:
In this webinar, healthcare professionals break down the causes of digestive problems for lung cancer patients and discuss prevention and management tips that you can put to use right now. Access the webinar and related resources through these links:
In this webinar, healthcare professionals and a survivor with firsthand experience, discuss managing anxiety before, during and after lung cancer treatment. Access the webinar and related resources through these links:
- View the entire webinar on YouTube.
If you have further questions about symptoms and side effects from lung cancer and its treatment, call our HelpLine at 1-800-298-2436.
Fatigue, or a tired feeling that is not relieved with sleep and lasts over time, is the most commonly reported cancer-related side effect patients experience. Leading experts help us to better understand and manage fatigue right now and in the future.