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NCCN Guidelines for Patients
®
: Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
Version 1.2014
Credits
NCCN aims to improve the care given to patients
with cancer. NCCN staff work with experts to create
helpful programs and resources for many stakeholders.
Stakeholders include health providers, patients,
businesses, and others. One resource is the series of
booklets for patients called the NCCN Patient Guidelines.
Each booklet presents the standard of care for a type
of cancer.
NCCN abbreviations and acronyms
NCCN
®
National Comprehensive Cancer Network
®
NCCN Patient Guidelines
®
NCCN Guidelines for Patients
®
NCCN Guidelines
®
NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology
®
The patient booklets are based on guidelines written
for doctors. These guidelines are called the NCCN
Guidelines. They give a step-by-step course of care that
many cancer doctors follow. Panels of experts create
the NCCN Guidelines. Most of the experts are from the
23 NCCN Member Institutions. Panelists may include
surgeons, radiation oncologists, medical oncologists,
and patient advocates. Recommendations in the NCCN
Guidelines are based on clinical trials and the experience
of the panelists.
The people involved in the making of the guidelines
for patients and doctors are listed next, starting with
NCCN staff:
NCCN Patient Guidelines
Dorothy A. Shead, MS
Director
Patient and Clinical Information Operations
Laura J. Hanisch, PsyD
Medical Writer/
Patient Information Specialist
Lacey Marlow
Associate Medical Writer
NCCN Guidelines
Kristina M. Gregory, RN, MSN, OCN
Vice President/
Clinical Information Operations
Miranda Hughes, PhD
Oncology Scientist/
Senior Medical Writer
NCCN Marketing
Susan Kidney
Graphic Design Specialist
NCCN Drugs & Biologics Programs
Rachael Clarke
Medical Copyeditor
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