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Screening for Lung Cancer
Discover what steps and tests are used in diagnosing lung cancer, including medical history, imaging tests, laboratory tests, biopsies, and biomarker tests.
Explore additional resources to help you in your role as a caregiver.
Understand what the present guidelines are for lung cancer screening and how that may impact your doctor’s recommendation.
View and download materials about lung cancer, raising awareness in your community, and vital support services for survivors and their loved ones.
Many types of doctors and other healthcare professionals may be a part of your comprehensive care team. Find out more about the roles and responsibilities of your medical team.
Browse additional resources selected to help you find more information and support.
See if the present guidelines suggest that you should be screened for lung cancer. Start the quiz now.
A gift of appreciated securities can be a meaningful contribution while also providing the donor a charitable income tax deduction.
Find out more about treatment options for lung cancer by type and stage of the cancer.
Learn the facts about lung cancer and download infographics to share this information with others.
Discover what to expect during a Low Dose CT scan for lung cancer.
Find out if your employer matches contributions you make to nonprofit organizations. You may be able to double the value of your gift.
Take an in-depth look at many risk factors associated with lung cancer including tobacco exposure, radon, air pollution, and more.
Help promote LUNGevity and lung cancer awareness as a Social Media Ambassador. Find out more about program qualifications and apply today.
The results are in, and now what? Learn about the important steps you need to take after a follow-up screening.
Make friends and find encouragement through our Virtual Meetups for patients, survivors, caregivers, and friends and family members of people with lung cancer.
Explore a robust glossary of terms and acronyms related to lung cancer.
Take an in-depth look at the many risk factors associated with lung cancer, including tobacco smoke, radon, and air pollution.
Get information about support with practical aspects of having cancer such as transportation to and from medical appointments, basic living needs and expenses, and employment and legal issues.
Honor or remember a loved one by creating a LUNGevity Tribute Fund, a fundraising campaign established in honor of them that you and others can donate to.
Find out more about available peer-to-peer mentoring from survivors and caregivers as well as clinical trial ambassadors, who help shed light on the clinical trial experience.
Communities can help offer much-needed emotional support for people with lung cancer. Discover how LUNGevity can connect you with others.
Not all lung cancers are the same. Comprehensive biomarker testing can identify specific genetic “drivers” in your cancer (called biomarkers) that cause cancer to grow and spread in different ways. This can help you identify the appropriate treatment plan for you.
Some patients find complementary therapies beneficial in addition to their lung cancer treatments. Find out more about common complementary practices.
Considering participating in a clinical trial? Use our custom search tool or connect with our partners at EmergingMed to find an available trial that may be right for you.
Learn about events in your area and how you can start your own DIY fundraiser
Learn about LUNGevity’s survivorship conferences, which are designed to inform, connect, and empower anyone who has been affected by lung cancer.
Finding lung cancer early on can make a difference. Learn about early detection and all the details you need to know about the screening process.
LUNGevity’s Lung Cancer HELPLine offers toll-free, personalized support for patients and caregivers. Dial 844-360-5864 Monday through Thursday, 10am to 6pm ET, and Friday, 10am to 5pm ET.
Understand how the lungs work, how lung cancer develops, and how it can metastasize (spread to another part of the body).
Discover many ways to connect online with other people who have been affected by lung cancer.
Learn about what lung cancer staging is, when and how it is determined, and what each specific stage means for you.
Finding someone who understands what you’re going through isn’t easy. Patients and caregivers can get matched with one-on-one mentors who can help you navigate through the emotions and logistics of life with lung cancer.
Finding lung cancer early, when it is most treatable, can save lives. Learn about early detection and what you need to know about lung cancer screening.
In our HOPE Summit video series, survivors speak candidly about many aspects of lung cancer including their diagnosis and treatment, common misconceptions about the disease, how they have transformed into advocates for research, and more.
Better understand and manage the side effects of conventional cancer therapies such as radiation and chemotherapy.
Learn about LUNGevity’s COPE Summit, a full-day summit designed by and for caregivers at all stages, held in Washington, DC each spring.
Help guide your treatment conversations at every step with this series of questions for you to ask your healthcare team.
Help guide your treatment conversations at every step with this series of questions for healthcare professionals.
Learn about pulmonary rehabilitation, a medically supervised program to help people with lung disease improve their overall physical, mental, and social functioning.
Are you or a loved one recently diagnosed and wondering what happens now? LUNGevity’s Right Track can guide the way to precision resources and treatment.
Lung nodules can be quite common, and most are not cancerous, but it is important to understand what they are and how they may impact your treatment plan.
View and download checklists to help you prepare for doctor visits and traveling.
Explore additional resources to help you find information on many aspects of living with lung cancer, resources in your area, and specific kinds of assistance.
Eating a healthy diet can play an important role in lung cancer care. Ina®, a personal intelligent nutrition assistant, is available 24/7 for on-demand support.
Support LUNGevity Foundation with a one-time, monthly, or annual donation. Funds can be directed to lung cancer research, education and support, or areas of greatest need.
Caregiving may be the most difficult job you ever take on, but one of the most valuable. Discover resources to assist you with this responsibility.
Get important information about COVID-19 and lung cancer, including a glossary of terms in English and Spanish, frequently asked questions about the virus and the vaccine, and interviews with medical experts.
When you donate in honor or memory of someone, LUNGevity will send an acknowledgment of your thoughtful donation to the person indicated but will not reveal the amount of the donation.
Learn how to identify the signs and symptoms of lung cancer and when it may be time to talk to your doctor.
Check out these 10 tips to help you through the caregiver process and download tip sheets on specific aspects of caregiving.
A lung cancer diagnosis can often bring financial barriers with it. Financial Treatment Program helps you manage your finances to give you peace of mind.
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Not all lung cancers are the same. Learn about the two major histologic types, small cell lung cancer (SCLC) and non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), which have several subtypes.
As a caregiver, you are in the best position to help your loved one address the practical, logistical, and emotional concerns that go along with an often fast-moving disease. LUNGevity has gathered resources to help you navigate this process.
What is a biomarker? Why is it important? How do you test for it? Find all the facts you need to know on comprehensive biomarker testing to talk about this with your doctor.
Discover what to expect during a low-dose CT scan for lung cancer.