Number of lung cancer cases in women could substantially outnumber men in coming years
3 in 5 people support removing barriers to accessing nicotine replacement therapy (NRT)
'Long-term health impact remains largely unknown'
Age no barrier to lung cancer survival but late diagnosis kills, says QLD study
Wink….and LASH OUT at Lung Cancer!® to Help Support Lung Cancer Awareness in Women
Trial aims to catch the disease much earlier
Read Lung Cancer Canada's abstract in Current Oncology
Federal Budget: The Lung Association applauds stronger Federal Tobacco Strategy, investment in research
About 350,000 people are living with a cancer diagnosis
Our Brazilian member organisation has been awarded the DOAR Seal for transparent NGOs
France's leading cancer organisation for 100 years
Why is lung cancer still so prevalent in Denmark?
GLCC study highlights lack of awareness
Sub-zero temperatures in Canada can be harsh on the lungs
A breath of hope for patients, says Lung Foundation
Many Irish people cannot list any symptom of lung cancer
GLCC organisations worldwide are campaigning to improve public knowledge and understanding of the disease.
Common goal remains to improve outcomes for patients
Members of the GLCC are currently making preparations for the 2017 annual meeting, which will be held in Tokyo next month.