Lung Cancer Awareness Month

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, a time to share important information and highlight stories of patients, survivors, and their families to raise awareness.

This year, more than 228,000 people in the US will be diagnosed with lung cancer. Anyone can get lung cancer; in fact, 60%-65% of new lung cancer diagnoses are among people who have never smoked or are former smokers.

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Because lung cancer is historically stigmatized and underfunded, awareness is an essential first step to improve the quality of life and outcomes for the hundreds of thousands of people living with the disease today.

While Lung Cancer Awareness Month 2020 may look and feel a little different than in past years, now more than ever we need your support to spread awareness about lung cancer and keep lung cancer research moving forward. Even from home, you can make a difference.

Get involved and have an impact. Here are some ideas to get you started:

Get Engaged
GET ENGAGED

Stay informed in November and beyond. Sign up for our email newsletters and follow us on social media to stay in-the-know about what’s happening at the Foundation and advancements for people living with lung cancer.

Get the Facts
LEARN THE FACTS

Knowing the facts about lung cancer could save your life or the life of someone you love. Empower yourself and your loved ones by learning the facts.

Take Action
TAKE ACTION

Take real steps toward improving lives and outcomes for people with lung cancer. Join the LUNGevity Action Network to get the tools to make changing lung cancer a reality.

Spread the Word
SPREAD THE WORD

More awareness is needed to overcome the stigma and increase federal funding for critical lung cancer research. Share lung cancer facts and advancements and spread the hope of a better tomorrow.

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