Please click on any of the following links below for educational guides and resources on lung cancer:


Resource Guides

  1. About Your Lung Cancer: You Have Questions, We Have An swers (LungCAN) (patient brochure)

  2. Cancer Information: Where to find help (American Institute for Cancer Research) (booklet)

  3. Cancer Resource Guide (Cancer Treatment Centers of America) (booklet)

  4. Finding Resources in Your Community (CancerCare) (fact sheet)

  5. Lung Cancer Resource Directory (lungcancerguidebook.org) (booklet)

  6. Lung Cancer Resource Guide (The Educated Patient) (booklet)


Comprehensive Booklets & Information Guides for Lung Cancer

  1. About Lung Cancer: A Quick Guide (Cancer Research UK) (handouts)

  2. After Diagnosis: A Guide for Patients and Families  (American Cancer Society) (booklet)

  3. A Patient's Guide to Advances in Lung Cancer (CURE, National Lung Cancer Partnership) (patient booklet)

  4. A Practical Guide to Understanding Lung Cancer (Macmillan Cancer Support) (booklet)

  5. Better Living with Lung Cancer: A Patient Guide (Lung Foundation) (booklet)

  6. "Five Facts You Don't Know About Lung Cancer"  (gene.com) (leaflet)

  7. Frankly Speaking About Cancer: Lung Cancer (Cancer Support Community) (booklet, June 2016)

  8. Frankly Speaking About Cancer: Lung Cancer  (Cancer Support Community) (booklet, 5th Ed.)

  9. June's Journey: A Story About Lung Cancer (Lung Diagnostic Assessment Program) (booklet and illustrations)

  10. LIFE LUNG LEARNING: Resources for Persons with Lung Cancer and Their Families (University of Chicago Medical Center) (PowerPoint)

  11. Living With A Diagnosis of Lung Cancer (Free to Breathe) (booklet)

  12. Living with Lung Cancer: Your Lungs and Lung Cancer (Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation) (patient handout)

  13. Lung Cancer (MD Anderson Cancer Center) (Patient Education handout)

  14. Lung Cancer Choices  (Caring Ambassadors Program, 2nd Ed.) (booklet)

  15. Lung Cancer Fact Sheet (American Cancer Society) (fact sheet) 

  16. Lung Cancer Facts & What You Can Do (Free to Breathe) (fact sheet)

  17. Lung Cancer for Patients (SIGN) (booklet)

  18. Lung Cancer Handbook (Pearl Point Cancer Support) (booklet)

  19. Lung Cancer Information Guide and Personal Record (Ottawa Hospital Cancer Centre) (booklet)

  20. Lung Cancer Patient Bill of Rights (LungCAN) (patient handout)

  21. Myths & Facts about Lung Cancer: What you need to know (Dr. John C. Ruckdeschel, MD) (booklet)

  22. Navigating Lung Cancer: 360 Degrees of Hope Handbook (Bonnie J. Addario Lung Cancer Foundation, 2nd Ed.) (guidebook)

  23. Understanding Lung Cancer: A guide for people with cancer, their family and friends (Cancer Council, 2014) (booklet)

  24. Understanding Lung Cancer: A guide for people with cancer, their family and friends (Cancer Council, 2010) (booklet)

  25. What You Need To Know About Lung Cancer (National Cancer Institute) (booklet)


Other Information

  1. Advanced Cancer Care Planning: A Decision-Making Guide to Patients and Families Facing Serious Illness (American Cancer Society of Clinical Oncology) (ASCO answers booklet)

  2. End of Life: A Guide (Macmillan Cancer Support & Marie Curie Cancer Care) (booklet, 2nd ed.)

  3. Free Stuff for Lung Cancer Patients: Items that Cancer Patients Can Receive for Free (Verywell.com) (web page)

  4. Glossary of Terms for Lung Cancer  (Juravinski Cancer Centre) (PDF)

  5. Life Planning (American Lung Association's Facing Lung Cancer Support From Day One) (worksheet)

  6. Sample Advance Health Care Directive Worksheet (American Lung Association) (worksheet)

  7.  Understanding Brain Metastases: A Guide for Patient and Caregiver (National Brain Tumor Foundation, Alliance for Lung Cancer) (booklet)


Websites & Web Pages

  1. Decoding Lung Cancer Terminology (Lung Cancer Profiles) (web page)

  2. Finding Resources in Your Community (Lungcancer.org) (web page)

  3. Life With Lung Cancer (Lilly Oncology) (web page)

  4. Lung Cancer Basics (Lung Cancer Alliance) (web page)

  5. Lung Cancer Info: Common Patient Questions (Free to Breathe) (web page)

  6. Lung Cancer - Patient Version (National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health) (web page)

  7. Lung Cancer Toolkit  (American Lung Association) (web page)

  8. LUNGevity's Lung Cancer Glossary (web page)

  9. Patient Resource Cancer Guide (website)

  10. With Every Breath: A Lung Cancer Guidebook (LungCancerGuidebook.org)


Other Tools: 

  1. LiveHelp (Cancer.gov) (instant messaging service)




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