Lung Cancer Alliance provides information on risks, types of lung cancer and staging, glossary of terms, treatment options, side effects, and questions to ask your medical team. Their easy-to-navigate website also provides clinical trial information, support groups, inspirational stories, and financial information.

LUNGevity Foundation, the nation’s leading lung cancer-focused nonprofit, provides information on current research, news, and input from medical professionals. The site is especially helpful with its resource/support for survivors and caregivers, and the blog for online communication.

Lung Cancer Research Foundation offers information for patients and caregivers, advocates, and healthcare researchers. The website mirrors their mission to improve lung cancer outcomes by funding research for the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and cure of lung cancer.

The American Lung Association can help you navigate your journey through this disease. Their website will walk you through what you need today, including online support groups.