Last Modified: December 10, 2012
Welcome to Lung Cancer Webucation! This video will help you learn about lung cancer, its diagnosis, staging, potential treatments and side effects. In addition, it will address coping with cancer (practical, emotional & family issues), coping with the stigma of lung cancer, and concerns surrounding work, insurance and disability. We hope this will answer many questions you have and help you think of other questions to discuss with your healthcare team. We also encourage you to share this video with friends and family who want to know about what you are going through.
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Welcome to Lung Cancer Webucation! This video will help you learn about lung cancer, its diagnosis, staging, potential treatments and side effects.
Part 1: Disease, Diagnosis and Treatment Overview
Suzanne Walker, CRNP, MSN, AOCN, BC
Part 2: Coping with Lung Cancer
Christina Bach, MBE, MSW, LCSW, OSW-C
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