Against the advice of many medical organizations, Medicare doesn't pay for lung cancer screening. Why not if it saves lives? How does it compare to other screenings?
How can a gene known for increasing breast cancer risk (BRCA2) also raise the risk of developing lung cancer, and how do you know if it affects you?
Getting a second opinion with lung cancer is not only expected, but extremely important. Why? How can you find a second opinion lung cancer doctor?
Alternative therapies such as acupuncture and guided imagery, are increasingly becoming integrated into a successful cancer treatment plan.
This beautiful song talks of living with lung cancer.
Lung cancer support groups can be hard to find, let alone traveling during treatment for cancer. Online support groups offer a perfect solution.
Lung cancer support from peers is so important -- I've seen it with my own eyes.