NCCN Guidelines for Patients® | Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer - page 53

NCCN Guidelines for Patients
: Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
Version 1.2014
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Part 6: Tools
What are the available treatments for lung cancer?
What are the risks and benefits of each treatment for
lung cancer?
Will my age, general health, stage of lung cancer, and
other medical conditions limit my treatment choices?
Do I have to get treated?
Where will I be treated? Will I have to stay in the
hospital or can I go home after each treatment?
What can I do to prepare for treatment? Should I stop
taking my medications? Should I store my blood in case
I need a transfusion?
How many lung tumor surgeries have you done? How
many of your patients have had complications?
Is lung cancer surgery a major part of your practice?
How soon should I start treatment? How long does
treatment take?
How much will the treatment cost? How can I find out
how much my insurance company will cover?
How likely is it that I’ll be cancer-free after treatment?
What symptoms should I look out for while being treated
for lung cancer?
When will I be able to return to my normal activities?
What is the chance that my cancer will come back
and/or spread?
What should I do after I finish treatment?
Are there supportive services that I can get involved in?
Support groups?
Questions about treatment to ask your doctor
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