Remember that you do not have to take care of your SCLC diagnosis alone. The lung cancer community is here to provide information and support for living with this disease. Check out the resources below to help craft your own unique care plan, and find inspiration and first-hand tips from the personal stories of the SCLC community.
“I made my community,” said SCLC survivor Nina. “I created it. Every day I would try to make friends, be friendly with somebody at the hospital or on the street. I didn’t want to be alone in this whole thing, and these people reminded me that I was alive and human.”
Like Nina, you and your loved ones can create a supportive community that can provide helpful resources that are appropriate for your own individual situation.
You will likely have many appointments, information and materials to gather and read-through. As a starting place, below is a list of resources to help you and your care partner take the necessary steps throughout your cancer experience.
Sometimes the thing that can get you through is feeling that you have a sense of community to support you. Hear from others who share their stories and experiences living their lives with SCLC.
This information is for educational purposes only and should not take the place of talking to your doctor or a healthcare professional. The content included on this page does not constitute medical advice and should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease. Please be sure to always consult with a physician or medical professional for questions about your medical condition.