News & Updates

Faces of Lung Cancer Report
Reflection of COVID-19. The annual report is now available!
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Disparities in Public Cancer Drug Funding

LCC President Dr. Stephanie Snow co-writes a paper on the disparities in public cancer drug funding alongside Ceilidh MacPhail. Click to read the full paper on this important issue. 

Press Release: Lung Cancer Canada Partners with Give A Breath 5k!

Lung Cancer Canada is excited to announce a new partnership with Give A Breath 5k! We thank the Monds family for establishing this annual fundraiser and for their continued dedication in raising funds/awareness for lung cancer. Please read the official press release here. 

Cancer pulmonaire Canada est ravi d'annoncer un nouveau partenariat avec Give A Breath 5k! Nous remercions la famille Monds d'avoir mis sur pied cette collecte de fonds annuelle et pour son dévouement continu à la collecte de fonds et à la sensibilisation au cancer du poumon. Veuillez lire le communiqué de presse officiel ici.

 

Nova Scotia Lung Association announces QuitNS

QuitNS is a FREE online smoking cessation program.
 

Coping with Lung Cancer During the Holidays

Watch LCC's social worker Elizabeth Dvergsten-Beauce's presentation on "Coping with Lung Cancer During the Holidays". 
 

CADTH - How Your Voice Makes a Difference

CADTH Releases New Website: Impact of Patient Involvement

11th Annual Evening of Hope Recap

Unable to attend?  Need that Sticky Toffee Pudding recipe? Find all of the Evening of Hope content here.
 

Take 15 Minutes and Let Your Voice be Heard! / Prenez 15 minutes et faites entendre votre voix !

Take the Global Lung Cancer Coalition Patient Experiences of Lung Cancer in Canada Survey! / Répondez au sondage de la Global Lung Cancer Coalition sur les expériences des patients en matière de cancer du poumon au Canada !

What's New In: Radiotherapy

Featuring Dr. Corinne Faivre-Finn and Dr. David Palma.  Now availalble online!  

Lung cancer patients need empathy, not judgment

LCC President Dr. Stephanie Snow and Lung Association of Nova Scotia President/CEO Robert MacDonald have written an article on SaltWire discussing the importance of lung cancer patients deserving empathy over judgment.

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