World Lung cancer day, traditionally observed in August, provides an opportunity for healthcare providers and communities to spread awareness about lung cancer and offer advice and guidance on how to spot and prevent lung cancer, and improve current treatment outcomes and patients’ experience.
Getting a cancer diagnosis is a life changing event, but it doesn’t mean your life has to stop there. Thanks to new treatments and innovations in home healthcare, more and more people are living with lung cancer for longer, and surviving.
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As we shift from a cold, dark winter to the bright warmth of spring, you may be seeing a lot […]
Many people with cancer (and survivors) may be wondering how they can best prevent getting sick, and if they should […]
If you have never heard the words “you have cancer”, then what I am about to explain may defy logic, […]