News & Updates
Faces of Lung Cancer Report
Reflection of COVID-19. The annual report is now available!
Good news for lung cancer patients, OPDIVO™ (nivolumab), first-ever immunotherapy for advanced or metastatic NSCLC, gets Health Canada approval.
LCC is looking for lung cancer patients and their caregivers, in Canada or the US, who have received either Cyramza (Ramucirumab), Keytruda (Pembrolizumab) or Tagrisso (Osimertinib) who are willing to share their experience (anonymously) with the drug.
At 26 and 5 months pregnant with her first child, non-smoker Elizabeth Dessureault never thought pregnancy would include a diagnosis of late stage lung cancer and chemotherapy. She was told that she had less than 1 year to live. At that point, the glow and hope of motherhood changed to include fear, a fight for her own life and the heavy stigma weight that lung cancer carries.
Lung Cancer Canada is proud to announce that Dr. Frances Shepherd, Honorary Board Member of LCC, has been appointed Officer of the Order of Canada for her leadership in improving treatment options and outcomes for individuals with advanced lung cancer. Dr. Shepherd has always been a tremendous supporter of LCC's efforts, and was the Keynote Speaker at LCC's inaugural Evening of Hope in 2011. More importantly, her research has had global impact in advancing lung cancer care and improving survival rates in this disease. She initiated studies that led to life-prolonging treatments in advanced cancer and to increasing the cure rate of lung cancer surgery through preventive chemotherapy.
First-ever survey shows lung cancer patients and caregivers face an overpowering avalanche of inequities. Lung Cancer Canada Launches the Second Annual Report on Canada’s #1 Killer.
Lung Cancer Canada opens Toronto Stock Exchange
The Mona Zavalkoff Annual Public Lecture Series on ‘Innovations and Advances in Lung Cancer’ Presents: Immunotherapy: Can We Cure Advanced (Lung) Cancer?
Lung Cancer Awareness Month takes place in November, which means it's right around the corner! This year, thanks to our great community of volunteers, Lung Cancer Canada is going to be hosting or participating in a number of events aimed at raising awareness for those affected by lung cancer
Earlier this year, Cancer Care Ontario launched a website that helps folks understand their risks for cancer, and what can be done to help lower that risk.
On Tuesday June 16th, 2015 in Ottawa, the Standing Committee on Health is holding a special meeting to hear about the state of Lung Cancer in Canada.