We hardly ever stop to take a breath! Keep up-to-date with the Lung Health Foundation’s latest news:
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.
New report highlights knowledge gaps in COPD – a disease that one million Canadians do not even know they have
Prior to 2020, the Lung Health Foundation operated as the Ontario Lung Association. Enjoy this content from our archives. The Ontario Lung Association report, Helping the Missing Million, aims to improve the diagnosis and treatment
The Lung Health Foundation and Respiplus have come together to improve access to high-quality care for COPD patients across Canada. The partnership brings together the Respiplus membership of over 16,000 Canadian healthcare providers with the
Dear BreathingGeek, Pollen season is making me M-I-S-E-R-A-B-L-E, so I’ve moved my workouts indoors. I’m thinking of making a home gym in my basement, anything I should keep in mind to make sure my asthma
Prior to 2020, the Lung Health Foundation operated as the Ontario Lung Association. Enjoy this content from our archives. Dear BreathingGeek, Earth Day’s coming soon. What’s the link between air pollution, climate change and lung
Lung Health Foundation Alerts
The Lung Health Foundation is monitoring the availability of several inhaled respiratory medications after receiving reports of brief local shortages. As of March 31, there are no largescale shortages reported, though individual pharmacies may temporarily