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A non–small cell lung cancer diagnosis…
What now?

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A diagnosis of non–small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) can be overwhelming. Learning more is one of the best ways to take control of your diagnosis. We are here to help.

How to use this site

We have 2 ways you can get the information you may need:


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The self-guided section can help you find information and resources that may be useful during various steps of early diagnosis and testing. Through this path, you choose the topics most important to you.

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Personalized Toolkit

Not sure where to start? Answer a few questions and our personalized toolkit will provide information and resources based on your responses.

NSCLC Stories

Hear how some people living with NSCLC have navigated their diagnosis and treatment.

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Additional Resources

Find resources beyond that can further support you with your NSCLC diagnosis.

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NSCLC Communities

No one should be in this alone. Connect with an NSCLC community to hear more from people living with NSCLC.

  • Non–small cell lung cancer (NSCLC)

    The most common form of lung cancer, which is described by the way the cancer cells look under a microscope (not small).

  • Targeted Therapy

    A treatment that targets the driver mutations that cause cancer growth.