Metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (mNSCLC) comes with a lot of big questions. Below is a series of 11 videos from real patients, a caregiver, and lung cancer advocates. Watch all of them to get their perspectives on a range of important topics related to mNSCLC.
Getting comprehensive biomarker testing
1. Comprehensive biomarker testing: defined
You may have heard about comprehensive biomarker testing as an option along with single-gene testing. But what, exactly, is it?
2. Comprehensive biomarker testing: why it matters
Find out how comprehensive biomarker testing provides details about your mNSCLC to help your doctor choose the most appropriate treatment option for you.
3. When to get comprehensive biomarker testing
Comprehensive biomarker testing is an important step in your mNSCLC journey. See why.
4. Single-gene vs comprehensive biomarker testing
Hear about the critical differences between comprehensive biomarker testing and single-gene testing, and what it could mean for your treatment options.
Test results & lung cancer insights
5. Test results: why wait?
Waiting for test results can be difficult. Watch to hear about how waiting could help your doctor consider all appropriate treatment options.
6. What to know from the start
Hear what real patients, a caregiver, and advocates say are the most important things to know after getting an mNSCLC diagnosis.
7. Fighting the stigma of lung cancer
Lung cancer can happen to anyone, but there’s often an unfair stigma attached to it. Hear from 2 patients who want the world to know that this is not just a smoker’s disease.
Advice for getting better care
8. Key questions to ask your doctor
Prepare for your next doctor’s appointment with a list of the important questions to ask, according to these expert lung cancer advocates. Download our Doctor Discussion Guide for even more tips.
9. How to be your own best advocate
Health care can be complicated. Get tips for how to ensure you’re getting the best possible care for yourself or your loved one.
10. Advice for caregivers
Cancer affects more than just one person. As a caregiver, it can be tough to know the right thing to do or say. Hear from someone who’s been through it.
11. Meet the people you’re hearing from
These videos feature patients, a caregiver, and expert advocates who are all passionate about helping others. Watch to get to know them a little better.