Whether you’re still going through treatment or have recently finished, it’s a good time to learn about the next steps you and your treatment team may be able to take to help manage your stage 3 lung cancer. There may be more you can do. Learn more about a new treatment option.
For many things in life, creating a plan may help you achieve your goals. It’s no different when it comes to treating your lung cancer. That’s why we’ve created the short list found below. It includes a few suggestions of what you can do in the weeks and months ahead.
After treatment, your treatment team will check to see if your cancer has progressed. “Progression” means the cancer has gotten worse or spread to other parts of the body. And progression from stage 3 can affect up to 89% of patients who have received CRT. Ask your treatment team to give you as much detail as they can about your specific type of cancer and if there may be other potential treatment options for you.
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