There are a number of resources available to support those diagnosed with lung cancer. For more information:
U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center
Lung Cancer Information Guide [PDF]
provides lists of resources, from books and video, to web sites and newsletters.
Patient Support Services
Learn about Clinical Trials
National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN)
The Association of Cancer Online Resources, ACOR, hosts a number of listservs for lung cancer patients and families:
- EC-GROUP is the e-mail discussion group for Esophageal Cancer patients and families
- LUNG-ONC for all lung cancer patients and families
- LUNG-NSCLC for non-small-cell lung cancer
- LUNG-SCLC for small-cell lung cancer
- LUNG-BAC for Bronchioloalveolar Carcinoma
To subscribe go to www.acor.org and click on "Mailing Lists".
Tobacco Consultation Service - Smoking cessation counseling for patients interested in quitting tobacco. Call Barbara Land, Pager #1105, tel. (734) 936-5519 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lung Cancer Screening Clinic - A special clinic designed to meet the recommendation from the National Comprehensive Cancer Network to screen high risk patients.
Still have questions?
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