About Lung Cancer
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with lung cancer, you are likely to have a lot of questions about what your diagnosis means for you and your family.
We understand being told you have lung cancer is terrifying. It is therefore really important that you understand the type of cancer you have, what your options are and the impact your diagnosis can have on your life.
This section explains everything you need to know about the disease, from signs and symptoms to dealing with a diagnosis, the types of treatment available, advanced disease and how to live with it.
Lung cancer signs and symptoms
Anyone can develop lung cancer. Men and women, young and old, smokers and non-smokers. If you have lungs, you can…Learn More
Covid-19 vaccination and lung cancer
Following the recommendation from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and immunisation (JCVI) recommendation if you had your first or second dose of…Learn More
Lung cancer risk factors, causes and facts
Lung cancer is the most common cancer in the world with over 46,000 people are diagnosed with in the UK…Learn More
Getting diagnosed with lung cancer is an extremely emotional and uncertain time. You may have to undergo furthers tests to…Learn More
Living with lung cancer
Being diagnosed with lung cancer is a terrifying place to be. However, with advances in treatment, more people are living…Learn More
Lung cancer treatments
There are many different lung cancer treatments including traditional treatments such as surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Over recent years, treatments…Learn More
In some cases, lung cancer can come back following the initial treatment. This is known as a recurrence. Lung cancer…Learn More
If your lung cancer can't be cured
Unfortunately, for many different medical reasons, sometimes people’s lung cancer can never be cured. This news can be exceptionally difficult…Learn More
Advanced lung cancer
Advanced lung cancer, or metastatic lung cancer as it is also called, means your cancer has spread from where it…Learn More