Breathe Easier With Lung Cancer Center
Lung Cancer Center is here to provide the information and resources you need to understand the diagnosis. Are you a patient, loved one, caregiver, or even just a student? Learn more about what a lung cancer diagnosis is and the best way to fight it medically and legally.
Get the Help You Need
There are 228,820 new cases of lung cancer estimated for 2020.
At Risk for Lung Cancer
If you have developed lung cancer, it may not have been caused by something you’ve done. Yes, cigarettes are the leading cause of lung cancer in the world. However, there are more carcinogens out there than just tobacco.
Asbestos, radon, and other hazardous air pollutants have been proven to cause cancer of the lungs, esophagus, mesothelium, and more.
If you or someone you love has been exposed to these chemicals then you may be at risk for lung cancer. If you’re not sure, talking with a doctor and looking into early screening could help determine your likeliness to develop lung cancer later on.
Who Is Eligible for Legal Action?
- People who may have been exposed to a carcinogen at work.
- Veterans who came into contact with a substance in the line of duty.
- Anyone who could have been living in or near a building built with asbestos.
Looking for Answers?
At Lung Cancer Center, we strive to answer any question you may have for you or a loved one in the easiest way possible. Our answers below have been curated and get directed to the resource that helps you best.
Treating Lung Cancer
Each case of diagnosis of lung cancer is unique to the individual. Factors such as their age, health, work history, the form of cancer, and stage will determine what treatment options work best.
Compensation for Lung Cancer
Individuals diagnosed with lung cancer may be eligible to receive compensation through legal action. The type of action and compensation depends on the individual's work history and diagnosis.
Understanding Lung Cancer
Lung cancer is a multifaceted disease that affects thousands of people every year. Understanding your unique case along with any symptoms you may feel is the first step to receiving treatment.