LSU Lung Cancer Research Study

Diptasri Mandal, PhD:
Principal Investigator
(504) 568-6156
dmanda@lsuhsc.edu        

Angelle Bencaz, MSPH

Co-Investigator
(504) 568-2216
abenca@lsuhsc.edu

 

Jessica Chambliss, MS, CRC:

Co-Investigator

(504) 568-7027
jcham5@lsuhsc.edu

 


Toll-Free: 1-888-720-7757

LungCaStudy@lsuhsc.edu    

 

 

Lung Cancer Study Homepage

Please click on the links below to learn more about lung cancer survivorship:

 

Booklets

  1. After Treatment Ends: Tools for the Adult Cancer Survivor (CancerCare)

  2. ASCO answers: Cancer Survivorship (American Society of Clinical Oncology, ASCO)

  3. Cancer Survivor Care Plan: What's Next? Life After Cancer Treatment (Minnesota Cancer Alliance)

  4. Cancer Survivorship: Next Steps for Patients and Their Families (American Society of Clinical Oncology, ASCO)

  5. Cancer Survivorship: What I Wish I'd Known Earlier (Dr. Jessie Gruman, Ph.D., 2013) (eBook)

  6. Life After Treatment: The Next Chapter in Your Survivorship Journey (American Cancer Society)

 

Worksheets & Handouts

  1. Emotional Health for Adult Cancer Survivors (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute) (patient handout)

  2. My Care Plan (Journey Forward) (worksheet)

  3. Resources for Cancer Survivors (Dana-Farber Cancer Institute) (patient handout)

  4. Treatment Summary and Survivorship Care Plan (American Society of Clinical Oncology, ASCO) (worksheet template)

  5. Treatment Summary and Survivorship Care Plan for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer(American Society of Clinical Oncology, ASCO) (worksheet template)

  6. Treatment Summary and Survivorship Care Plan for Small Cell Lung Cancer (American Society of Clinical Oncology, ASCO) (worksheet template)

 

Interactive Online Tools

  1. Cancer Survivorship (MD Anderson Cancer Center) (web page)

  2. OncoLife Survivorship Care Plan (OncoLink) (web page)

 

Mobile Apps

  1. My Care Plan (Journey Forward)

 

Web Pages & Websites

  1. CancerForward (The Foundation for Cancer Survivors) (website)

  2. Living as a Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Survivor (American Cancer Society) (web page)

  3. Living as a Small Cell Lung Cancer Survivor (American Cancer Society) (web page)

  4. Lung Cancer Life Expectancy: 5 Things about Lung Cancer Survival Explained (Lung Cancer Central) (web page)

  5. Lung Cancer - Non-Small Cell: Survivorship (Cancer.Net) (web page)

  6. Lung Cancer Survivorship (Sarah Cannon) (web page blog)

  7. Lung Cancer Survivorship: What's Your Plan? (Lung Cancer Alliance) (web page)

  8. Post-Treatment Survivorship (CancerCare) (web page)

  9. Resources for Survivors (LUNGevity) (web page)

  10. Survivors (Lung Cancer Foundation of America) (web page)

  11. Survivorship (American Lung Association) (web page)

  12. Survivorship (Cancer.Net) (web page)

  13. Survivorship (National Cancer Institute) (web page)

  14. Survivorship A to Z (website)

  15. Survivorship Care Plans (American Cancer Society) (web page)

  16. Survivorship: During and After Treatment (American Cancer Society) (web page)

  17. Survivorship and Follow-up Care (LungCancer.net) (web page)

  18. Surviving Lung Cancer (Lung Cancer Online) (web page)

  19. Survivorship Resources  (Cancer.Net) (web page)

  20. Survivor Stories (Team Draft) (web page)

  21. Support and Survivorship (LUNGevity.org) (web page)

  22. The Survivorship Care Plan  (lungcancer.org) (web page)

  23. Tips for Improving Lung Cancer Survival: How to Improve Your Survival From Lung Cancer (Verywell.com) (web page)

 

Organizations

  1. AACR Survivor & Patient Advocacy Program (American Association for Cancer Research)

  2. National Cancer Survivors Day® (website)

 

Social Media & Online Communities

  1. Lung Cancer Survivors Foundation (Facebook) (community page)

  2. Smart Patients Lung Cancer Community (Smart Patients, Inc.) (discussion forum & online support group)

 

Video Library

  1. Cancer Survivorship: An Overview (Cancer.Net) (YouTube)

  2. Cancer Survivorship Care Plans (American Cancer Society) (YouTube)

 

survivorship

*image courtesy of Lung Cancer Alliance

 

 

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