If you’ve been diagnosed with metastatic SCLC, you may be feeling emotions ranging from fear to anger to sadness. Here’s advice on how to cope.
Living with metastatic small-cell lung cancer is challenging, but there are things you can do to find a positive attitude and feel more in control.
Your first step after a diagnosis of SCLC is to build a support system. It’s especially important for your emotional health.
Preparing yourself emotionally and logistically for the end of life.
Depression and anxiety are common with a lung cancer diagnosis. Whether it’s financial worries or everyday pressures, there’s help available.
Living with metastatic lung cancer is stressful. Learn ways to lessen stress and manage your emotions so you can focus on your health and yourself.
Metastatic small-cell lung cancer can have a lasting effect your mental health. Learn what to watch for and how to get the support and care you need.
Palliative care can provide an extra layer of support to those with a serious illness like lung cancer, says Kimberly A. Curseen, MD.
During cancer treatment, it’s best to rely on your team of specialists and have open dialogue about any concerns.
Caregivers provide support for people with metastatic small-cell lung cancer. Here’s advice on how to take care of yourself and your loved one.