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My personal journey with lung cancer

Wherever you are in the cancer experience—newly diagnosed, having gone a few rounds, or in a supporting role—it’s important for you to express your thoughts and feelings. You can talk it out. You can work it out. But many oncology professionals say it’s helpful to write it out. This is the place to do it.

But where do you start? What should you write? We asked a few oncology social workers who work with lung cancer patients and loved ones for their ideas. They are listed for you below.

Pick any topic at any time. Or pick all of the topics all of the time. It’s totally up to you and how you feel.

Don’t want to type now? Save a PDF to write it out later.

  • I am a: Patient
Journal Question #1:
Journal Question #2:
Journal Question #3:
Journal Question #4:
Journal Question #5:
  • Finished for today?

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