Taking charge after a lung cancer diagnosis
You are your own best advocate. If that role isn't an easy one for you or if you aren't feeling up to it, a loved one may be able to help. Here are resources to help you take charge after you or a loved one has been diagnosed.
Learn about taking charge of your care after a lung cancer diagnosis
Decision making after a cancer diagnosis (Cure Today Winter 2012)
Becoming a Self Advocate (National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship)
Cancer Survivor Toolbox (National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship)
Navigating cancer: Tools for survivors (Navigating Cancer and Blood Disorders)
Self-advocacy: Participating in your cancer care (ASCO's Cancer.Net)