You are not alone

Every two and a half minutes someone in the US is told they have lung cancer2

What else you should know

Treatment with radiation, chemotherapy, and/or surgery has evolved significantly over the last few years and treatments are now less invasive and better tolerated.

That’s because treatment options for lung cancer are varied. And they may be used alone or in combination. Your doctor will discuss the different options with you — and explain the goals of each.

Education is empowering

Educate yourself in the fight against lung cancer

An informational guide to help patients understand the diagnosis, staging, and surgical treatment options for lung cancer.


  1. Johns Hopkins Medicine. Vital signs (body temperature, pulse rate, respiration rate, blood pressure). Johns Hopkins Medicine Website. Accessed Feb. 26, 2018.
  2. National Cancer Institute. Cancer Stat Facts: Common Cancer Sites. National Cancer Institute Website. Accessed August 14, 2018.