Lung cancer survivor Nichelle Stigger shares how advocating for herself led to her initial diagnosis.
Although African Americans are less likely to smoke, they are more likely to be diagnosed with and die from lung cancer. LUNGevity, the largest national lung cancer-focused nonprofit, aims to change that.
The featured Spotlight Warrior for our Supporter Issue is Dr. Rick Brown.
November is Lung Cancer Prevention Month and we interviewed Sandra Cohen, a stage IV lung cancer warrior with a new lease on life.
A cancer diagnosis can be life changing for both a patient and their caregivers, but many tools are available for people to cope.
Frank McKenna’s stage IV lung cancer diagnosis came as a huge surprise, but he never realized the tools he needed for survival were always within reach.
In this new quarterly series, the cW team chats with a notable figure in the cancer community with something to share. For this issue, we talk to Morhaf Al Achkar about his new memoir about lung cancer, “Being Authentic.”
Through the help of Imerman Angels, Jennifer Morrice learned the power of friendship from an unlikely source—her cancer journey.
Sofia Reino, a two-time cancer survivor, says the trials and tribulations of life in active treatment makes cancer warriors and survivors particularly prepared for difficult situations—including a pandemic.
Dr. Jeffrey A. Borgia is ready to move his test for early-stage lung cancer detection to clinical trials—is this the first step to a pan-cancer blood test?