MY MOM DIDN’T HAVE MANY OP­TIONS. TO­DAY’S LUNG CAN­CER PA­TIENTS DO.

Saltwater Sportsman - - Tod / Conservation -

Twenty years ago, my mother was di­ag­nosed with lung can­cer. She had very few places to turn, and lost a dif­fi­cult strug­gle.

To­day, we are on the brink of real break­throughs in lung can­cer re­search and there are sig­nif­i­cantly im­proved treat­ment op­tions.

And yet, more than 30% of all lung can­cer pa­tients still don’t know about the ther­a­pies, spe­cial­ists, and clin­i­cal tri­als avail­able to them.

Lung can­cer is a for­mi­da­ble foe, but we are find­ing new ways to fight it. Please visit Su2c.org/lung­cancer for ques­tions to ask your health care pro­fes­sional and to learn about op­tions that may be right for you.

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