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Attitudes to lung cancer 2017

Study into attitudes towards lung cancer In 2017, the GLCC commissioned a new multi-national study to understand attitudes towards lung cancer and levels of symptom awareness among the public.  Data was provided by a poll undertaken in 25 countries, and this report built on previous studies we commissioned in 2010 and 2013. Details of the […]

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Perceptions of Lung Cancer 2013

Our 2013 Study, Public Unaware of Symptoms of Lung Cancer More than one in five people are unable to name any symptoms of the world’s biggest cancer killer, according to a survey published by the GLCC. The research, which was carried out by Ipsos MORI, investigated awareness of the symptoms of lung cancer and smoking […]

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Perceptions of Lung Cancer 2010

Our 2010 study, Global Perceptions of Lung Cancer People living with lung cancer are too often stigmatised because of link to smoking Lung cancer patients are likely to suffer significant stigma due to the disease’s link to smoking: that is the top-line finding of a survey carried out by Ipsos MORI on behalf of the […]

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