Information From The Experts
About Lung Cancer
Diagnosing and Treating Lung Cancer
Preparing for Treatment
Cancer Progression or Recurrence
Hope Through Research
Coping and Connecting
My Way For Patients
Staying In The Moment
Pebble for Your Thoughts
Mind, Body & Spirit
Family, Friends and Caregiving
My Way For Caregivers
Links For More Information
Patient Advocacy Group Links and Events
21 May 2013
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Lung Cancer Information
Possible causes of lung cancer.
Understanding the link between tumour biopsy, molecular testing and making treatment decisions.
When faced with treatment decisions consider clinical trials.
Side effects of treatment: knowing what to expect.
Making a treatment decision if your lung cancer becomes active again.
Getting Emotional Support
Your feelings are normal and they won’t last forever.
Coping strategies for every stage of the lung cancer journey.
How to respond to lung cancer stigma
Handling the anxiety and pressure to make a treatment decision.
Creating a new normal: Life after cancer treatment.
Treating the Whole Person
A modern approach to cancer care is treating the whole person.
Integrating complementary therapies with traditional treatments for lung cancer.
A pebble for your thoughts and a way to record your journey.
Good nutrition: Another weapon in your fight against cancer.
Cancer can bring out the artist in all of us.
Support for Caregivers
Cancer is a diagnosis that concerns the whole family.
Caring for yourself first can make you a better caregiver.
Express your feelings and know that others have them too.
Dealing with the stress of caring for someone with lung cancer.
Three ways to take a break from caregiving and not feel guilty.
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