LIVE Webinar: What’s the Hope Today for Living With Small Cell Lung Cancer?

October 11, 2017



An online audience of lung cancer patients and their caregivers joined us virtually for a recent webcast to hear the latest treatment and research news and tips for living well with small cell lung cancer.

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How Can I Live Healthy After a Small Cell Lung Cancer Diagnosis?

Andrew Schorr and Dr. Laura Chow discuss how diet and exercise can help people with SCLC. SCLC survivor Jerry Schreiber, discusses what he does to feel in control in his cancer journey.

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Where Is Research Today for Small Cell Lung Cancer (SCLC)?

Andrew Schorr, Dr. Laura Chow and Carly Ornstein discuss how research is progressing in small cell lung cancer (SCLC).

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Does Small Cell Lung Cancer (SCLC) Have Stages?

Dr. Laura Chow, Carly Ornstein and patient Jerry Schreiber explain how SCLC can progress, the associated stage, the treatment plan and more.

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NSCLC vs. SCLC: Why Are They Treated Differently?

Dr. Laura Chow of Seattle Cancer Care Alliance explains the different types of lung cancer, their distinctive growth patterns and treatment methods available today.

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What’s the Hope Today for Living With Small Cell Lung Cancer?

What’s the hope today for patients living with small cell lung cancer? A SCLC expert, educator and patient join this program to weigh in.

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Host & Guests
Host

Host, Patient Power Co-Founder, Two-Time Cancer Survivor and Patient Advocate


Guests

Assistant Member, Clinical Research


National Director of Lung Cancer Education, American Lung Association


Living With Small Cell Lung Cancer


The Living Well With Lung Cancer series is a Patient Empowerment Network program. It is produced by Patient Power in partnership with the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. We thank Celgene, Helsinn, Novartis and Genentech for supporting the event through educational grants.

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