First Steps After a Lung Cancer Diagnosis
A lung cancer diagnosis, whether it’s small cell lung cancer or non-small cell lung cancer, early stage lung cancer or stage 4 lung cancer, can be overwhelming. One of your first key decisions after diagnosis will be selecting the team that will be your partner in all aspects of your medical care.
The USC Lung Cancer Program offers comprehensive, integrated and personalized care, focused on helping you and your loved ones through each step, from diagnosis to treatment to survivorship. Our renowned group of interventional radiologists, pulmonologists, medical oncologists, surgical oncologists, radiation oncologists and nurse navigator work in close collaboration to design a treatment plan that is tailored to you.
Whether you have questions about lung cancer treatment options, need support from our nurse navigator or would like to meet with your entire lung cancer team at our multidisciplinary clinic, our highly skilled lung cancer specialists are committed to being your trusted allies.
- Comprehensive care
- Integrated approach
- Partners in care
- Patient-centered philosophy
- Personalized treatment plans
- Same-day consensus opinion
Find out more about what the USC Lung Cancer Program has to offer.
Dr. Ye is a radiation oncologist at USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center at Keck Medicine of USC. He specializes in a wide array of advanced radiation treatment techniques for people with lung, breast, brain and spine tumors. Here’s what you won’t find on his resume. He can’t wait to swim with manta rays in Kona.
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