Talking to Your Doctor About Lung Cancer
Every person with lung cancer is different, but patients often have many questions in common.
Whether you are newly diagnosed or have tried a few different therapies, knowing about different options and having a plan of action can help make the treatment process less overwhelming.
Click on the relevant situation below for some suggested questions that can help make the most out of your doctor visits and help you get the information you are looking for about your disease and treatment plan. Click “print or download” to make yourself a copy of your questions. Be sure to bring your questions with you to your next visit.
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Biomarker testing provides information that can help your doctor determine an appropriate course of treatment based on the type of lung cancer you have.
Here are questions to ask your doctor about biomarker testing and how it may play a role in your treatment.