Thinking About Cancer Treatment

As you learn about your cancer, it’s natural to start thinking about what to do next. After understanding your diagnosis, it’s time to take things one step forward. Let’s see what resources you can use to get prepared, or find more information about choosing a treatment.

Lung Cancer Information

  • Source: CancerCare
    As new treatment options are discovered, new tools can help decide among them. Some treatment approaches are only appropriate for specific types of lung cancer, or for lung cancer that has certain characteristics. Your doctor will advise you about a treatment plan for your specific cancer.

More on this topic

  • Source: CancerCare
    A recent survey revealed that people with cancer wanted more information about how their treatment would impact their work, finances, or need for care. Read about how you can partner with your healthcare team to make sure you get this information before making a decision.
  • Source: Cancer Support Community
    The first critical step to managing your cancer treatment is making the decision to empower yourself and take an active role in your care. Learning about your cancer diagnosis, your cancer treatment, your healthcare team, and ways to improve your overall well-being can help improve the quality of your life.
  • Source: Cancer Support Community
    Sometimes it is hard to know what questions to ask the doctor. One proven strategy for getting the most out of your visit is to be as prepared as possible.

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