Information for Patients
We understand you may have lots of questions surrounding lung cancer and coronavirus (COVID-19) and now, more than ever, we are here for people living with lung cancer in these very uncertain times.
We are making sure people affected by lung cancer, including carers, have access to the latest news updates and advice for those with cancer, as well as information about treatments and how to reduce their risk.
Our Ask the Nurse service is still running, as is our lung cancer forum where you can speak to other people affected by lung cancer. We’ve had to pause our information days and support groups but we are looking at ways in which we can offer these services online and/or by telephone.
It’s a very anxious time for everyone but we are determined to do all we can to support people with lung cancer through it.
Coronavirus, COVID-19 and lung cancer
We know that many people with lung cancer are worried about the coronavirus COVID-19 (also known as “SARS-CoV-2”) and how…Learn More
COVID-19 vaccination for people with lung cancer
December 2021 Update COVID-19 vaccination We have been encouraged by the rollout of vaccines now available to help prevent the spread of the virus that…Learn More
Lung cancer diagnosis and coronavirus
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is causing great concern to people around the world because it poses a potentially significant risk…Learn More
Visiting hospital during the pandemic
Going for your scan is a pretty anxious time under usual circumstances. Will everything be ok? Is the treatment working?…Learn More
December 2021 update From July 2021 the advice from Westminster covering covid-19 changed. This allowed more freedom to socialise, retail…Learn More
There are a lot of questions about access to treatment. Having spoken to patients, we have compiled and answered the…Learn More
Managing and coping with anxiety during Covid-19
With many patients understandably very anxious about COVID-19, as well as the emotional impact of being away from our loved…Learn More
How to keep active during shielding
Keeping active is important at the best times. Undertaking light exercise when you have lung cancer has been shown to…Learn More
Reducing your risk
Current guidelines recommend regular handwashing with soap and hot water for at least 20 seconds, using hand sanitiser and covering…Learn More