Life with Small Cell Lung Cancer
Small cell lung cancer (SCLC) is a type of lung cancer distinct from other lung cancers due to its clinical and biologic characteristics. SCLC comprises 15% of all lung cancers, and chemotherapy is often recommended for SCLC, regardless of the stage, as SCLC is very responsive to chemotherapy as compared to other cell types of lung cancer.
Help us learn more about living with and going through treatments for small cell lung cancer by taking the quick polls below! You can also share your story or comment below to connect with more of the community!
Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with small cell lung cancer (SCLC)?
Have you experienced side effects if using chemotherapy for SCLC?
What side effects have you experienced if using chemotherapy for SCLC? (Select all that apply)
How satisfied are you with the support you have received from your doctor or healthcare team during treatment for SCLC?
How satisfied are you with the support you have received from your family and friends during treatment for SCLC?
Would you like to share more about living with SCLC?
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