Lung Cancer Organizations
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Citizens For Radioactive Radon Reduction
Citizens For Radioactive Radon Reduction is a 501 c3 nonprofit organization with a purpose to assist, encourage, and prepare advocates in making a difference with awareness, education and action against radioactive radon gas exposure. We effectively educate the public and private sectors about the real danger of living, working, or attending school in environments with elevated levels of radon gas.
GO2 for Lung Cancer
GO2 for Lung Cancer is at the forefront of everything that’s happening in lung cancer. We’re the go-to for one-on-one assistance, supportive connections, treatment information, and finding the best care close to home. We’re the place to go to learn about the latest research and special initiatives that increase survivorship. We’re the source for improving health policies and leading public awareness to shift this disease from one of stigma to one of hope. We are teachers, guides, advocates, and supporters. Confronting lung cancer starts here.
LUNGevity initiatives position us as thought leaders in the lung cancer advocacy community, providing programs and driving change for those with lung cancer today and in the future. While we fund primary research, we also conduct patient-focused research to better understand their unmet needs and convene multi-stakeholder meetings to streamline the research process and accelerate progress to patients.
Lung Cancer Circle of Hope
LCCH is committed to national grassroots efforts to increase awareness of the #1 cancer killer of men and women. The educational outreach has focused on programs entitled Lung Cancer: Dispelling Myths, Dispensing Facts which feature presentations by leading medical oncologists, thoracic surgeons, radiation oncologists as well as social workers. Initially, LCCH focused on the Tri-State – New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania region partnering with area hospitals, wellness centers, and government sponsored programs as well as corporate human resource departments; we are in the process of expanding our outreach nationally as well as internationally.
Lung Cancer Foundation of America
LCFA’s mission is the improvement in survivorship of lung cancer patients through the funding of transformative science.
While raising funds to support lung cancer research, LCFA will raise the public’s awareness and serve as a resource for patients or anyone seeking answers, hope, and access to updated treatment information, scientific investigation, and clinical trials.
Lung Cancer Initiative
What started as a grassroots movement of survivors, providers, and advocates in North Carolina in 2006 has grown to become a leading organization that connects lung cancer patients and their loved ones with the medical and research community. Our network of hope and action fuels lung cancer research, furthers education and awareness about lung cancer, and supports access to appropriate care, treatment, and resources for the lung cancer community.