Surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, targeted therapies, innovative treatments and clinical trials are all treatment options for lung cancer. Each person receives an individualized course of treatment from an oncologist, an... More »

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Stage 1 lung cancer is a nonsmall cell cancer that has not spread from the lung to lymph nodes or other organs of the body, according to WebMD. Nonsmall cell lung cancers receive a stage of 1 to 4 based on their severity... More »

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Surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and targeted drug therapy are commonly used to treat lung cancer, states Mayo Clinic. Experimental clinical trials may also treat lung cancer, and palliative care can be combined with tre... More »

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Surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and targeted drug therapy are commonly used to treat lung cancer, states Mayo Clinic. Experimental clinical trials may also treat lung cancer, and palliative care can be combined with tre... More »

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Surgery, radiation and chemotherapy are standard treatments for lung cancer, notes WebMD. When surgery is a treatment option for cancer, the patient's chances of survival are excellent, and there is a 50 percent chance o... More »

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As of 2015, chemotherapy and biological, hormonal, radiation and targeted therapies are used to treat metastatic cancer, says the American Cancer Society. Surgery is also a treatment option, and different combinations of... More »

Combination chemotherapy and participation in clinical trials are treatment options for recurrent bladder cancer. Surgery and palliative therapy are treatment options, reports the National Cancer Institute. More »

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