Life With Small Cell Lung Cancer
Last updated: April 2023
Small cell lung cancer (SCLC) is a type of lung cancer distinct from other lung cancers due to its clinical and biologic characteristics. SCLC accounts for 15 percent of all lung cancers. Chemotherapy is often recommended for SCLC, regardless of its stage. Compared to other cell types of lung cancer, SCLC is very responsive to chemotherapy.1
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