Kim Norris, Lung Cancer Foundation of America co-founder and president
Dr. Jessica Donington, professor of surgery at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine
Dr. Triparna Sen, an assistant attending at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Kellie Smith, PhD, assistant professor of oncology at Johns Hopkins Medicine
Lung cancer is a disease that affects people: family, friends, co-workers, neighbors. It’s a disease that comes with in some stark figures about survival and research funding. But the numbers don’t lie, and they also show the amazing strides being made against the disease: increasing survival rates, incredible strides in treatment options, and ever-growing ranks of researchers dedicating their professional careers to improving the odds for people living with lung cancer. Join us for this episode of Hope With Answers: Living With Lung Cancer, where we talk about hope, by the numbers.