Note: The National Lung Cancer Partnership provides these links as a service to our constituents. These links do not constitute an endorsement of any other organization or the information found on their websites.
American College of Chest Physicians (CHEST)
Guidelines for Lung Cancer Diagnosis and Management
Bone & Cancer Foundation
The Bone and Cancer Foundation provides information for patients and healthcare providers about bone metastasis and other bone-related complications that affect hundreds of thousands of cancer patients each year.
Cancer.Net - Lung Cancer
The ASCO Foundation hosts Cancer.Net (formerly People Living With Cancer), a website providing oncologist-approved cancer information to help patients and families make informed health-care decisions.
Cancer Survivors Against Radon (CanSAR)
CanSAR is working to put a face on radon, empowering sufferers of an apparent radon-induced lung cancer (and their families) with a voice. The organization provides free radon test kits to those requesting them.
Family Lung Cancer Study
Anyone who has been diagnosed with lung cancer who has had two or more blood related family members (living or deceased) also diagnosed with lung cancer, and anyone with three or more family members (living or deceased) diagnosed with lung cancer is encouraged to join this study seeking to understand genetic components of lung cancer.
This site is designed as a guide to other lung cancer and general cancer sites and resources.
Lung Cancer Profiles
This site explains molecular profiling and tells the stories of several lung cancer patients who've had experiences with molecular testing.
Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation
The Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation (formely known as MARF) is the national non-profit dedicated to ending the suffering caused by mesothelioma by funding mesothelioma research, by educating patients, and by advocating for federal mesothelioma funding.
My Cancer Genome
This free resource, managed by the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, is designed to help physicians, patients, caregivers and researchers find up-to-date information on what genetic mutations make cancer grow, and find clinical trials are available for each mutation.
It’s Time to Focus on Lung Cancer
CancerCare founded lungcancer.org as part of their ongoing programs for people with lung cancer. The site continues to be an important source of information for our lung cancer patients and their families, and an excellent referral to CancerCare’s free professional counseling, education programs and financial assistance for people with lung cancer.
Lung Cancer Online Foundation
The mission of the Lung Cancer Online Foundation is to improve the quality of care and quality of life for people with lung cancer by funding lung cancer research and providing information to patients and families via Lungcanceronline.org.
The Mayo Clinic provides a comprehensive online lung cancer resource with valuable information on the causes, symptoms, risk factors and treatment of lung cancer.
National Familial Lung Cancer Registry
The goals of the Registry are to further the understanding of the causes of lung cancer (beyond smoking), and to serve as an educational resource for persons at risk for lung cancer. Over 270 lung cancer families are registered to date.
Lung Cancer Resources from OncologySTAT
OncologySTAT is an authoritative source for lung cancer information.
Spot on Your Lung™
What does it mean when you have been told you have a spot on your lung? Spot on your lung.com™ was designed to provide general education for patients on available options in an easy-to-understand format to help you examine your options and discuss with your doctor the best way to diagnose your lung nodule.