Lung Cancer Awareness Month

2022 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.

LCC Events:

Vancouver Patient Summit

October 20, 2022, Vancouver
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12th Annual Evening of Hope

November 13th, 2022, Online through Topia and Zoom
Missed the event? You can view the full recap here. 
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Sommet de MontrĂ©al sur le cancer du poumon (en Francais)

24 novembre 2022, Montréal
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Stakeholder Briefing

November 29th, 2022, Online through Zoom
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Virtual Patient Summit

December 6th, 2022, Online through Zoom
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Lung Cancer Awareness Month Lightings
We are excited to once again have Canadian monuments from across the country recognize and join our LCAM activities. 


2022 Proclamations and Greetings 


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

2021 Events:

National Virtual Patient Summit  

This event was recorded and can be viewed here.

Webinar Series: What's New in: Radiotherapy 
This event was recorded and can be viewed here.

Evening of Hope 

This event was recorded and can be viewed here.

2021 Proclamations 

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2021 Lighting
Thank you to all of the Canadian Landmarks who participated in our Lung Cancer Awareness Month campaign! 
3D Toronto Sign, Toronto, ON
Vancouver City Hall & Burrard Street Bridge, Vancouver, BC
Canada Place Sails of Light, Vancouver, BC
CN Tower, Toronto, ON
Calgary Tower, Calgary, AB
Niagara Falls, Niagara Falls, ON
Peace Bridge, Niagara Falls, ON
Northern Lights Display at BC Place, Vancouver, BC
Science World, Vancouver, BC
High Level Bridge, Edmonton, AB
If you were able to catch the light displays, please send us your photo or tag us on social media @lungcancercanada