Learn about the stages of small cell and non-small cell lung cancer and how they are determined. Your stage will affect your treatment and prognosis.
Stage 3B is one of three advanced stages of non-small cell lung cancer. Learn it's symptoms, how it's treated, and the possible prognosis.
Survival rates for stage 3 lung cancer vary, partly because not all tumors can be treated with surgery. Review stats and factors that influence them.
Stage 3 lung cancer means non-small cell lung cancer has spread to nearby tissues. Learn about its symptoms, treatment, and prognosis.
Doctors diagnose stage 3 cancer when the tumor is larger or has spread to surrounding tissues or lymph nodes. Learn how staging affects the prognosis.
Understanding different types of cancer can help you take an active role in your care, especially if you are diagnosed with one that is less common. Learn more.
According to statistics, over 600,000 people die from cancer in the U.S. every year. Learn how death rates are measured and if the rates are going up or down.
Stage 4 lung cancer has no set course. Multiple factors can influence life expectancy. Learn more about what they are and review survival statistics.
After someone is diagnosed with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), doctors will use a process called staging to try to figure out if the cancer has spread. Learn more.
Stage 3 colon cancer means the tumor has spread to nearby lymph nodes. Understanding the symptoms and treatments can help ensure a better prognosis.