Original Photo by Unknown Author and this modified image are licensed under CC BY Although the average age for a lung cancer diagnosis is around 70 years old, an increasing number of younger patients are being diagnosed. Many of these younger patients have especially aggressive cancer, and have children at home. The patient or their spouse/partner may be uncertain about when and how to tell their child about cancer, and struggle with finding supports that help the children process the situation. On September 7 at 8 pm Eastern Daylight Time (5 pm… Read More
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