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Carlea has over 20 years of experience in nonprofit management and health advocacy. In October 2013, she joined The Global Resource for Advancing Cancer Education as its first executive director. She directs its growth in revenue, outreach and programs.

Survey for Lung Cancer Chemo Patients Seeks to Improve Care

Cancer researchers need to hear from lung cancer patients who have gone through chemotherapy and experienced various side effects.

As part of that effort, GRACE is supporting the Research Advocacy Network, a non-profit organization, as it searches for lung cancer chemo patients willing to complete its online survey about their experiences and needs. Your responses will be completely anonymous. An incentive for your participation will be described and offered for taking the full survey - which will take about 20 minutes of your time. Your participation will help doctors and nurses improve patient care.  

Access the survey here and make your voice heard.

 

 

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Canyil, I'm sorry your father and you are going through this. While we can't give urgent help we are her to help offer info and resources to help make the best...

Hello and welcome to Grace.  I'm sorry you're going through this worry.  It is normal to watch a small very slow-growing solid nodule with once-a-year CT scans.  Anything less than a...

Thanks you very much. So in summary the course of action taken suggested by lung specalist (re scan in 12 months) seems appropriate? And a PET at this stage is probably...

I can't say what is appropriate for you that's only something your professionals with all your information can do.  However, when someone has a solid nodule less than a cm that...

A doctor wouldn't nor shouldn't suspect a pancoast tumor with the info you've given.  It's like being in Colorado and hearing hoof beats and assuming it is zebras and not horses. ...

Hello and welcome to Grace.  I'm sorry you're worrying about this but it probably isn't cancer. 

 

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