We hardly ever stop to take a breath! Keep up-to-date with the Lung Health Foundation’s latest news:
Lung Health Foundation receives second-largest gift in its history of more than $1 million in support of research
Canada’s Lung Health Foundation is pleased to announce that it is the beneficiary of a bequest of $1,092,735 from the estate of Lloyd Alexander Hope. It is the second-largest gift the non-profit organization has ever received in its 100 year history.
September 20, 2022 – TORONTO – In a move designed to build on its long-standing history of impact and success, the Board of Directors of the Lung Health Foundation announces the appointment of Jessica Buckley,
Putting Lung Health on the Agenda — What we’re watching for in Party Platforms this Federal Election
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 recently appeared on a full-page of the Toronto Star. The article documents our efforts as an organization to raise awareness regarding key lung cancer issues, to advocate for better policy decisions surrounding support and treatment, and to reduce the unjust stigma surrounding this disease.
Discover how the Lung Health Foundation’s Fitness for Breath program is transforming lives and improving lung health. Join our supportive community today!
Our work in lung cancer doesn’t end on November 30th. As we wrap up Lung Cancer Awareness Month 2023, we urge you, the Lung Health Foundation community, to keep the momentum going. If we work together, we can create a more hopeful future for people living with lung cancer.
Here are five simple things you can start doing right now.
It was 2021, and Katie found herself with a cough that she just couldn’t shake. Here’s what she wishes she could tell herself about living with lung cancer (and how you can help people like Katie in the future!)
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