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Lung Cancer Care

If you’ve been diagnosed with lung cancer, you are not alone. Lung cancer is the second most common cancer among men and women. Advances in screening and treatment are leading to better outcomes and a stronger understanding of this disease.

The team at PeaceHealth is committed to providing a full spectrum of care — from diagnosis and surgery to treatment and support — for you and your family.

No two lung cancers or patients are alike. PeaceHealth offers a wide range of care and treatment for many types of lung cancers so you can get the treatment you want and need.

Lung cancer care at PeaceHealth

PeaceHealth offers lung cancer care close to home in Washington, Oregon and Alaska.

Early detection leads to better results

Advances in lung cancer screening are helping doctors detect cancer in its early stages. This allows our patients to begin treatments sooner and may lead to better outcomes. Talk to your doctor today about your risk of lung cancer.

Guiding you along your path

Cancer is a journey that should never be taken alone. Our nurse navigators are here to answer your questions, help you understand your diagnosis and treatment plan, and schedule doctor appointments and tests.

An integrated approach to care

Better outcomes often come from a holistic approach to care. PeaceHealth offers a team of specialists across all disciplines — from oncology to radiation, nutrition to rehabilitation — who work closely together to make sure you get the care you need.

Collaborating for you

No two cancers or patients are alike. That’s why we put you at the center of treatment plans — your needs, goals, unique cancer diagnosis and medical and family history. Your care team is committed to delivering compassionate care that helps you feel stronger, better and supported throughout your journey.

Research and clinical trials

PeaceHealth Cancer Centers offer patients participation in national research studies which afford them access to the latest research into new approaches for treating cancer. Your doctor can help determine if there may be a clinical trial or research study right for you.