Lung Cancer FAQs
After receiving a lung cancer diagnosis, you’ll likely want to learn as much as you can about your condition. Your oncologist will be your best source of information, as he or she will be able to take into account your specific situation when answering your questions and providing more in-depth support. This can be especially important when discussing your prognosis or treatment options, as every patient’s experience is different.
With that said, the following FAQs can provide you with general information about the types and stages of lung cancer, treatment options you may be able to consider, the potential side effects of treatment and the supportive care services that you may find beneficial throughout the process.
Basic information about lung cancer
- What do I need to know about lung cancer surgery?
- How long after diagnosis should I receive lung cancer surgery?
- What should I expect after lung cancer surgery?
- What should I expect during radiation therapy for lung cancer?
- What are the side effects of radiation therapy for lung cancer?
- Questions to ask your lung cancer specialist
- What are the long-term effects of lung cancer treatment?
- What are the risks of lung cancer surgery?
- 12 diseases lung cancer is commonly misdiagnosed as
- What is squamous cell carcinoma?
- What are the causes of adenocarcinoma lung cancer?
- Are the symptoms of small cell lung cancer different than other types of lung cancer?
- What is the difference between small call lung cancer and non-small cell lung cancer?
- Does each type of lung cancer exhibit different symptoms?
- How often should I receive a lung cancer screening test?
If you have any additional questions that aren’t answered here, you’re welcome to consult with an oncologist in the Thoracic Oncology Program at Moffitt Cancer Center for more information. To schedule an appointment, call 1-888-663-3888 or submit a new patient registration form online.