Valid Lung Cancer Research | Hope With Answer℠

Things are changing rapidly in the approach to treating patients with lung cancer. Start your journey of understanding about lung cancer research today.

Learn how to tell what news about lung cancer research is valid in this intro video from Hope With Answers℠. Our intro series provides basic information for those newly diagnosed with lung cancer. In this video, Patient and Advocate Ivy Elkins speaks with researcher Dr. Jessica Donington from University of Chicago Medical Center about evaluating lung cancer research.

Get more detailed information about lung cancer research through this discussion between patient advocate Gina Hollenbeck and Dr. Jessica Donington from University of Chicago Medical Center. Hope with Answer’s intermediate video series provides more details for those who need a deeper knowledge about issues surrounding lung cancer. 

Discover in-depth information about different types of  lung cancer research. Patient advocate Gina Hollenbeck asks Dr. Christine Lovly from the Vanderbilt University to explain the differences between basic research, translational research, and clinical research in lung cancer. Hope with Answers’ in-depth video series provides the next level of information for patients to understand treatment options, particularly if they’ve experienced resistance or if their lung cancer has progressed.

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