Welcome to the next step of your lung cancer treatment journey. You have worked so hard to get here.
Hearing from others who have been through immunotherapy may help support you through your treatment plan.
When you join Notes of enCOURAGEment, you will have the opportunity to hear from them as you go through treatment.
Why join Notes of enCOURAGEment?
Sometimes it can help to know you're not in this alone. We've sought out real patients' advice and inspiration to share with you.
How It Works
Sharing a bit about yourself will help us tailor your experience.
Receive your Notes of enCOURAGEment
You'll get a notecard in the mail and a follow up e-mail once a month with stories and inspiration from real patients.
Share with others
If these notes help you, they could do the same for others.
No, this program is completely free!
This program is still a great resource for caregivers and loved ones who want to better understand what it might feel like to be on immunotherapy treatment and how to support them along the way.
After a maximum of 12 months, you will no longer receive cards in the mail. You will be able to unsubscribe to the emails at any time via a link provided in the monthly emails or by calling the AstraZeneca Information Center at 1-800-236-9933.
She was diagnosed with inoperable Stage 3B non-small cell lung cancer after receiving X-rays for a cyst under her arm. Lois says she hopes sharing her story will help motivate others to be less afraid, always look ahead and seek the best information.
He is currently living with unresectable Stage 3 non-small cell lung cancer, after a weeks-long coughing fit revealed a mass in his left lung. Michael says being there for his loved ones motivated him to stick to his treatment journey.
She was diagnosed with inoperable Stage 3A lung cancer adenocarcinoma after a CT scan discovered a mass in her upper left lobe. Heidi says she hopes her story motivates others to keep going no matter what.
He was diagnosed with extensive-stage small cell lung cancer (ES-SCLC) after visiting a clinic for pneumonia. Steve hopes that his words of encouragement can help other SCLC patients navigate the unknown.
He was diagnosed with unresectable Stage 3 non-small cell lung cancer when doctors found a mass on his lung during an X-ray. Wayne hopes his experience inspires other cancer patients to not give up.
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