Lung cancer has been the most common cancer in the world for several decades, accounting for 1 in 5 of all cancer deaths.more
About lung cancer
Why it’s time to ‘Get Checked’
It is vital that society understands that getting checked increases the chance of early detection of lung cancer.more
A typical treatment journey for people with early NSCLC
Early detection of NSCLC can change the treatment pathway for patients. Learn about why a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach is key to improving outcomes.
Lung cancer and me
Every person affected by lung cancer has their own unique story to tell.more
Busting myths in lung cancer
How much do you really know about lung cancer? Our interactive flashcards bust some common myths about lung cancer.more
Changing the perspective on lung cancer
How does understanding each lung cancer’s unique footprint set you on the right path for a promising new future? Find out...more
You have to start a marathon to finish it
How step-by-step improvements in the diagnosis, treatment and care of lung cancer are offering hope to patients and their families.more
Journey of a Liquid Biopsy
Liquid biopsy offers a non-invasive way to identify clinically relevant biomarkers in lung cancer patients.
What is liquid biopsy?
Liquid biopsies are a simple and non-invasive alternative to surgical biopsies.more
The future of lung cancer care
The future of lung cancer care promises a more responsive approach informed by closer patient monitoring.more
What could possibly link this rare cancer to the ill-fated Titanic?more
ALK-positive non-small cell lung cancer
Learn about this specific form of lung cancer that affects younger patients, many of whom have never smoked.
Lung cancer: the cancer of many guises
Lung cancer is a complex disease, where survival rates and treatment options by vary by subtype. Learn about why there is more to lung cancer than meets the eye.
Liver metastases in non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC)
NSCLC is the most common form of lung cancer, find out more about the impact of liver metastases on these patients.