Lung Cancer Awareness Month

2021 Lung Cancer Awareness Month

Every year in November, people come together to recognize and raise awareness of the challenges that come from a diagnosis of lung cancer. It is through this recognition that individuals and groups have helped to make a difference for lung cancer patients, caregivers, family and friends. Special events and fundraisers are just some of the ways that communities are coming together to help support patients and raise awareness.

Upcoming Events:
Wednesday December 1:
Webinar Series: What's New in: Radiotherapy 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST
The next installment of our What's New series - with Panelists Dr Corinne Finn and Dr David Palma

Sunday December 5: 

Evening of Hope 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST
A national & virtual, event celebrating survivorship and the progress being made in the fight against lung cancer
Register and Learn More     


There are lots of different ways that you can participate and promote Lung Cancer Awareness Month:

Here are some photos from past events. Use them to inspire your own ideas on how to raise awareness!
#LCAM #HopeArmy #HopeUnites #GetInvolved


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Check out the historic landmarks across Canada that will be lit either in LCC's green or lung cancer's official color of pearl/white in honour of Lung Cancer Awareness Month. If you happen to come across a landmark lit up for LCAM, feel free to send us a photo to post on our social media channels! 

Niagara Falls Live Link (10:00 PM EST)

Past Events:

Friday November 12: 

Stakeholder Briefing 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST:
Join us for the launch of the 2021 Faces of Lung Cancer Report, discussion of impacts from COVID-19, treatment updates and interesting breakout sessions!
Learn More    Register Now

Thursday November 18: 

National Virtual Patient Summit 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST
Get informed and build your community at this patient and caregiver focused event!  Topics include New Treatments, COVID-19, Clinical Trials, Exercise and more! 
Register Now