Please click on any of the links found below to learn more about personalized medicine and targeted therapies for lung cancer:


Booklets & Handouts

  1. Lung Cancer: New Tools For Making Decisions About Treatment (CancerCare)

  2. Lung Cancer: New Treatment Directions, A Guide for the Patient (Lung Cancer Alliance)

  3. Personalised Cancer Medicine: An ESMO Guide for Patients (ESMO)

  4. Targeted Therapies in Cancer (Research Advocacy Network)

  5. Targeted Therapy for Lung Cancer: A Guide for the Patient (Lung Cancer Alliance)

  6. Targeted Therapies in Lung Cancer (WALCE)

  7. Targeted Therapies and Your Lung Cancer (Lung Cancer Foundation of America)

  8. What You Need to Know About...Targeted Cancer Therapy (LUNGevity)


Web Pages

  1. Lung Cancer: New Tools for Making Decisions About Treatment ( 

  2. Personalized and Targeted Therapies (

  3. What is Personalized Medicine? (Genome)

  4. Targeted Therapies (Lung Cancer Network)

  5. Targeted Therapy (Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation)

  6. Targeted Cancer Therapies (National Cancer Institute)

  7. Understanding the Role of Personalized Medicine (

  8. Understanding Targeted Therapy (Cancer.Net)

  9. Targeted Cancer Therapy (American Cancer Society)

  10. Targeted Therapy (LUNGevity)

  11. Targeted Therapy Drugs for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (American Cancer Society)



  1. Personalized Medicine Coalition



Video Library

  1. Precision Medicine for Lung Cancer (National Cancer Institute)

  2. What Targeted Therapies are Currently Available? (Lung Cancer Foundation of America) 

  3. Genetic Mutations in Lung Cancer (Lung Cancer Foundation of America)

  4. Understanding Mutations in Lung Cancer (LUNGevity Foundation)

  5. Targeted Therapy (Lung Cancer Foundation of America) 

  6. Using Targeted Therapy Treatment in Lung Cancer (Life With Lung Cancer)

  7. Introduction to EGFR Inhibitors (LUNGevity Foundation)

  8. Introduction to ALK Inhibitors (LUNGevity Foundation)



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