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International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer

International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer

At the Heart of Survivorship Is “Person-Centered Care”

Surviving cancer begins at diagnosis, according to Natalie Doyle, DNP, Nurse Consultant for Living With and Beyond Cancer at the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust in London, UK. And in [ Read More ]

International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer

eHealth and Supportive Care in Thoracic Oncology

Remote monitoring can improve quality of care and patient outcomes in the management of people with cancer, according to Roma Maguire, PhD, MSc, BN, RGN. “Today we’re seeing huge advances [ Read More ]

International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer

Nurses Play a Vital Role in Supportive Care for Patients Receiving Systemic Therapy

Progress has been made in lung cancer treatment, but as patients are living longer, addressing the toxicities of their systemic therapy is becoming increasingly paramount. In this field of patient [ Read More ]

International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer

The Role of Nurses in Providing Psychosocial Support for Lung Cancer Patients

Around 80% of lung cancer patients experience some level of psychological distress, but regardless of the availability of psychosocial services, nurses can employ simple interventions to reduce the psychological distress [ Read More ]