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Common Questions from NSCLC Patients and Their Caregivers

Lauren Welch, Kammi Fox-Kay, and Cathy Simmons share their experiences on the most common questions they are asked by their NSCLC patients and their caregivers, including chances for survival, the meaning of NGS, the stage of their cancer, and nutritional advice.


  • March Cancer Awareness

    March marks a time of awareness and advocacy for several types of cancer, each deserving of attention and support. This month’s Spotlight is on anal, colon, and kidney cancers and multiple myeloma. Click the tabs above to see a Quick Quiz for each of these cancers.

    Anal-cancer Colorectal-cancer Kidney-cancer Multiple Myeloma
  • Anal-cancer

    Despite being relatively rare, the number of patients with anal cancer is growing. Most cases are related to human papillomavirus (HPV) infection, and education on the efficacy of the HPV vaccine and early signs and symptoms can lead to timely interventions for those affected by this disease. Test your knowledge by taking the Quick Quiz on anal cancer.

  • Colorectal-cancer

    The fourth most common cancer in the United States, colon cancer is one of the more preventable cancers. Healthcare providers and advocates strive to reduce its incidence through education on the importance of regular screenings and healthy lifestyle choices.

  • Kidney-cancer

    With advancements in our understanding of the causes of and treatments for the group of cancers known collectively as kidney cancer, healthcare providers aim to increase prevention and improve outcomes in patients with this type of cancer.

  • Multiple-Myeloma

    Multiple myeloma is a complex cancer with diverse symptoms and treatments challenges. Researchers and advocates endeavor to uncover new therapies and provide hope for individuals navigating this disease.