Diagnosed with inoperable cancer, Bonnie Bishop-Ulrich was on a mission, and she wasn’t alone. Love is knowing that your battle is their battle, she says.
Elizabeth de Jong outlines her day from dawn to dusk, not only as she treats her lung cancer, but advocates for it, too.
Inoperable lung cancer treatment is less likely to cause hair loss that people associate with chemo. Short-term fatigue, nausea, and changes in mood or sexual function are more common but manageable.
A non-small-cell lung cancer survivor and advocate shares the words that helped and hurt her the most.
Feeling anxious or afraid with inoperable lung cancer is completely normal. Here are steps you can take to ease your stress.