After finding out you (or a loved one) have lung cancer, you may wonder what this diagnosis means for your future and your health. The first thing to know is there is reason for hope. Much progress is being made for people diagnosed with lung cancer every day. A key part to living with lung cancer is learning the facts and staying informed. We can help.
Patient and Caregiver Educational Materials
We provide up-to-date and credible sources of information on diagnosis, treatment, and what to expect from treatment through our free educational materials. We also have tools to help you facilitate discussions with your healthcare team so you can play an active role in treatment decisions. Our materials are available in both digital download and print format.
Lung Cancer Support Line
Our toll-free number is a resource available to anyone affected by lung cancer. Call us if you need someone to talk to for support—we are available Monday-Friday between 9am-5pm ET/ 8am-4pm CT. Our support line is equipped with extensive and up-to-date resource guides to help you navigate the various uncertainties that come with living with lung cancer. We can help you find financial assistance, transportation or lodging to/from your medical appointments, support groups or peers, and much more. You can phone us toll-free at (844) 835-4325 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lung cancer patients and their caregivers may call or email as often as they wish, and the service is offered free of charge. Please note that by accessing the support line, you agree to the service’s terms and conditions.
LCRF hosts webinars to bring the lung cancer community together to discuss topics important to them. Find out more and register for an upcoming livestream. The community also has a lively and engaged Facebook group.
LCRF held its first educational workshop in 2019 and plans for more events in 2020. Sign up for our mailing list and watch social media to learn more.