Learn its causes, symptoms, and usual treatments of this most common type of lung cancer.
From symptoms to complications, explore how non-small-cell lung cancer can affect not only your lungs, but your whole body.
Find out what you can expect from NSCLC treatment and how you’ll get care.
When mapping out a treatment plan, your doctor will want to confirm a few things first, like the type and stage of your cancer.
Sharing news of your lung cancer diagnosis isn’t easy. These steps can help the conversation go smoothly.
Your risk for the condition may be affected by gene mutations. Learn what causes them and how genes may affect cancer treatment.
Which habits help you conserve your energy and improve airflow? And which ones make your lung cancer harder to live with?
It’s important to be as healthy as you can be, both mentally and physically, to meet the challenges of this condition. Here’s how.
Treatments for non-small-cell lung cancer can zap your appetite or make it hard to eat. Here’s how to ensure you get the nutrition you need.
The carcinogens in smoke linger, so when it comes to lung cancer screening and treatment, tell your doctor about your history and smoking inside the home.
Learn how the options change for stages 0-IV.
Two easy breathing exercises that can help you breathe easier during and after treatment for lung cancer.
Not long ago, chemotherapy was the only treatment for this type of cancer. Now, doctors have many options. Sometimes, they combine them.
NSCLC treatment: Why treatment is getting better.
The discovery that there are many types of NSCLC has led to many advances in how the disease is treated. Learn what you need to know.
How does knowing the specific mutation help with treatment?
Targeted treatments work to block cancerous cells from multiplying. What are the different types?
Scientists are learning more and more about the way these gene changes help the cancer grow and spread. Find out what you need to know.
This type of medicine can give you the physical, emotional, and social support you need throughout your cancer. Here’s how it works.