Lung Cancer


New Diagnostic Marker for Lung Cancer Identified

Researchers in Japan recently discovered that patients with lung cancer, including those with Stage 1 disease, have significantly higher-than-normal levels of a biomarker called cytoskeleton-associated protein 4 (CKAP4).

By Diane Domina

Different Lung Cancer Types and Subtypes Explained

The two major types of lung cancer, non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) and small cell lung cancer (SCLC), and the subtypes of each, are examined in this slideshow.

By Eileen Bailey

Helpful Resources for Lung Cancer Patients

Lung cancer can bring with it fatigue, nausea, and others issues. Here are resources, from planned meal prep to cleaning help to financial assistance, that can assist during your cancer treatment — and beyond.

By Eileen Bailey

What Should You Know About Stage 4 Lung Cancer

Stage 4 lung cancer, the most advanced stage of the disease, has specific symptoms, prognosis, and survival rates. Read more to learn details.

By Eileen Bailey

Best Ways to Nutritionally Support Your Lung Cancer Treatment

Whether you’re hoping to reduce nausea from chemotherapy, control your sugar intake after surgery, or simply manage your lung cancer symptoms, a satiating diet can help.

By Sheila M. Eldred