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Monday, February 25, 2013

Learning that you or a loved one has been diagnosed with lung cancer may cause you to feel many emotions. Fortunately there are many resources available to help people understand the diagnosis, learn about treatment options and side effect management and connect with others. Most importantly, you are not alone in facing lung cancer.

The Cancer Support Community recently launched an updated edition of the booklet, Frankly Speaking About Cancer: Lung Cancer. This free resource provides valuable information to navigate you as you and your loved ones work with your health care team to determine the best treatment path. Order or download a copy of our book today to hear others talk about their journey through lung cancer.

In the booklet, you’ll read how Marilyn learned she had lung cancer, how Dave stays positive during treatment despite side effects, why Jerry chose a clinical trial, how Mary Ellen handles chemo-brain and how Harry supports his wife the best he can.

Also be sure to check out our website to learn more about our free services, find a CSC location near you, get free books and information, talk to a Helpline counselor or find others impacted by cancer.

Category: Cancer Support