- Lung Cancer Basics
Your lung cancer risk is unique to you and so is your decision about getting screened. Find out more and let us help guide you through the process.
Lung cancer is a complicated disease. Read on for information on how lung cancer is diagnosed, the different types of lung cancer and the various stages of the disease.
Resources for you and your family.
Find out how you can join the thousands of survivors, family members and friends who are taking action to increase lung cancer research, to raise awareness and to provide hope to our community.
October 26, 2016 - By Micky MacKinnon In May of 2015 at age 44 I was diagnosed with stage IV non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). I had a very good oncologist and was reassured by several of my existing doctors, so I felt confident. … Continue reading →
October 20, 2016 - This week we sat down with Dr. Ara Vaporciyan, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery at M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX to discuss why he chose to dedicate his career to lung … Continue reading →
October 13, 2016 - By Andrew Ciupek, PhD, Clinical Research Coordinator / Clinical Trials Navigator Before I joined Lung Cancer Alliance (LCA) this September, I was a breast cancer researcher. My research focus was on targeted therapy and why it stopped working in some … Continue reading →
October 25, 2016
Immunotherapy Now Available as First Option
October 19, 2016
3rd Immunotherapy Approved for Lung Cancer
October 17, 2016
LCA Partners on Cancer Moonshot Initiative for Immunotherapy
October 04, 2016
New Blood Test for Lung Cancer
Searching for clinical trials just got a lot easier. Get started by entering your type of lung cancer, either non-small cell or small cell. You will be on your path to the best treatment options for you.