This issue explores various treatment options for small-cell lung cancer and ways to manage side effects.
With a sense of humor and a warm heart, Carol Tietz, an 11-year survivor of small-cell lung cancer, pays her good fortune forward.
Cindy Cherry, MSN, AGNP-C, and cancer patient Dorothy T. share their experiences with cancer and how they approach chemotherapy treatment.
Cindy Cherry, MSN, AGNP-C, is an oncology nurse practitioner in Greenville, North Carolina.
Learn about the protection of bone marrow and how it may help lower the risk of bone marrow suppression for certain people with SCLC.
Here are some questions to ask your care team about how best to manage small-cell lung cancer.
Chemotherapy, immunotherapy and radiation are the mainstays of SCLC treatment.
Cancer treatment can cause a wide range of side effects, but they can usually be managed.
After a small-cell lung cancer (SCLC) diagnosis, you need education, support, access to care and help with finances.