There have been numerous claims about the Flu and its vaccine. It’s time to examine those claims and see which are true and which are false.
Give yourself one less thing to worry about during the 2020 Flu season and get the vaccine. Learn how to protect yourself.
New campaign reveals ways that stigma slows progress against Canada’s #1 cancer killer Toronto, Ontario – September 30 – The Lung Health Foundation and Lung Cancer Canada have joined forces to highlight the hurtful and …
We are developing new cannabis education resources for healthcare providers and young adults (18-25). We would like to gather your feedback on the format and content of these new resources to ensure we create them …
Questions about how back-to-school season will affect Canadian students with asthma? The Lung Health Foundation is providing free digital learning sessions for parents, guardians, and educators.
Heading “back to school” will be a different experience in 2020, and you may be feeling extra anxious about your child’s asthma. Let our Back-to-School Asthma Management Protocol help.
The Lung Health Foundation challenges Canadians to give lung health their best shot for a COVID-19-safe fundraising initiative.
The Black Lives Matter movement has inspired the Lung Health Foundation to work harder to address inequality in respiratory care.
Today, we honour the courage of lung cancer survivors and ask an important question: What needs to change so that more people with lung cancer make it to 5, 10, or 20+ years?
After months of consistent patient advocacy, the Patented Medicines Prices Review Board (PMPRB) has announced that they will delay the implementation of their pricing guidelines until January 2021.