News & Updates
Faces of Lung Cancer Report
Reflection of COVID-19. The annual report is now available!
We have reached the halfway point of Lung Cancer Awareness Month and we still need your support to help make lung cancer screening a priority in Quebec.
(Don’t live in Quebec? That’s okay, you can still participate by clicking here to sign our petitions!)
As part of a lung cancer screening pilot project due to end in 2023, right now in Quebec, lung cancer screening is only available at eight hospitals across six regions: Montréal, Québec, Laval, de la Côte-Nord, de l’Estrie, de l’Outaouais and de la Montérégie.
We need your help today to change this.
Click here to tell your elected representative that lung cancer screening matters!
July 12, 2022 at 2:00 pm EST over Zoom
BC Cancer has launched a provincewide lung cancer screening program, providing access to eligible high-risk people at 36 sites throughout the province.
The Ontario Green Party’s platform indicates it will publicly fund take-home cancer medications
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.
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.
QuitNS is a FREE online smoking cessation program.
Watch LCC's social worker Elizabeth Dvergsten-Beauce's presentation on "Coping with Lung Cancer During the Holidays".
CADTH Releases New Website: Impact of Patient Involvement