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We understand that navigating life with a lung cancer diagnosis is not easy by any means. We'd like to hear from you: What topics would you like to learn more about at

  1. Well speaking from a former caregiver's perspective... articles on delving through the terms and the frustration that many face in moving forward with care would be helpful to many.

    1. , thank you so much for sharing! Warmly, Kailah

  2. Advances in radiation treatment; side effects of radiation to the chest and what is done to alleviate the side effects; proton therapy vs. radiation therapy; ablation therapy. Thanks for asking! Best, Alisa

    1. , thank you so much for sharing! Warmly, Kailah

  3. I would like to see more on long term side effects. Speaking from my own experience, the platinum based Cisplatin & Etoposide left me with Peripheral Neuropathy, Mild hearing loss with constant tinnitus, kidney issues, memory fog/retention issues. Next might be the emotional impacts, I seem to be pushing loved ones away due to diagnosis of a recurrence-i don't even realize when I do it. .Last what are the treatment options when Small Cell Lung Cancer comes back. 90% of what I see is for non small cell.

    1. , this is wonderful feedback! thank you so much for sharing. I will make sure to take note of your request.

      Wishing you all the best, !

      Kailah H, LC Team Member

    2. , I agree with you that long-term side effects are very important and starred to get more attention from doctors. One long-term side effect is the chemo brain or brain fog that I suffered a lot. Thank you for sharing. Christine Moderator

  4. , Chemo brain or brain fog is very suffering. Whether it's improved with time? How to cope with it? Christine Moderator

    1. , thank you so much for sharing!
      Warmly, Kailah

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