Different lung cancer subtypes fall under the non-small cell lung cancer umbrella. Learn about the differences in their stages, 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.
Stage 3 lung cancer means the malignancy has spread to nearby tissues. It has two substages. Learn about its symptoms, treatment, and prognosis.
What is stage 3 lung cancer, what are the symptoms, and how is it treated? Learn about life expectancy and how it is changing.
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.
Treatment of unresectable stage 3 non-small cell lung cancer may include chemotherapy, radiation, and immunotherapy. Learn about your options.
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.
Explore some of the variables that either increase or decrease stage 4 lung cancer survival rates and life expectancy.
What is advanced lung cancer, what are the symptoms, and what types of treatments work for both these tumors and metastases?
Learn about stage 1 lung cancer life expectancy, including the variables that affect survival and what else you should know about prognosis.
What is stage 2 lung cancer life expectancy? What factors affect survival, what are the statistics, and is the prognosis for this disease improving?