- 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.
May 18, 2017 - By Trish Strulson I am a survivor, fighter, traveler and explorer. Three and a half years ago I was none of these. My daughter, Taylor, had the difficult task of telling me I had lung cancer. I was only 44 … Continue reading →
May 04, 2017 - By April Plank, DNP, The Center for Lung Cancer Screening and Prevention, Stony Brook Medicine I realized at a young age that I enjoyed working with people. This rather broad statement could have led me down endless career paths. My … Continue reading →
May 02, 2017 - Last week we held the second discussion in our Coping Webinar Series, focused on the most common side effects of lung cancer treatment, digestive problems, including nausea, vomiting, constipation and diarrhea. We sat down with Director of Palliative Care at … Continue reading →
May 17, 2017
National Advocacy Summit REGISTRATION OPEN!
May 04, 2017
LCA Statement on House Passage of Revised AHCA
April 29, 2017
New Drug Approved for ALK-Positive NSCLC Patients
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.