The Lung Health Foundation announced today that George Habib, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), plans to retire at the end of 2022.
As Canada begins to chart a path forward from the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadians more than ever understand the importance of lung health and expect party leaders to reflect their concerns.
The Lung Health Foundation is proud to join This Is Our Shot to be #TogetherAgain.
Together with Canada’s Global Nexus for Pandemics and Biological Threats, we’re helping Canadians stay safe and make informed vaccine decisions.
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 …
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.
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.
The Lung Health Foundation supports efforts to provide safer work environments for the millions of Canadians living with lung disease during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about our position on protecting patients.
Recognizing the significant and growing human and economic burden that lung disease represents, we continuously examine our business model, looking for ways of more effectively and efficiently delivering on our mission and investing the funds …