When Should Lung Cancer Patients Seek a Second Opinion?

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When should I seek a second opinion for my lung cancer?  Stage IV lung cancer patient, Janet Freeman- Daily (grayconnections.net) leads this discussion with Emma Shtivelman, PhD, Chief Scientist with Cancer Commons, Mary Williams, a metastatic lung cancer patient, and Mary Ellen Hand, RN, BSN, Nurse Coordinator with Rush University Medical Center.  These experts and advocates share tips, facts and ideas on accessing good care, seeking second opinions, and taking action that lead to choices made with your best interest in mind.  “There is no such thing as an easy cancer to treat.”

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