Are you a lung cancer survivor?

According to the National Cancer Institute, “survivorship” begins at the time of diagnosis and continues during and after treatment for as long as you live. Today, more people than ever are surviving lung cancer longer and leading busy lives during and after cancer treatment. Cancer survivorship involves dealing with the physical, emotional, and day-to-day issues of the cancer journey.

LUNGevity’s Survivor Resource Center helps to bridge the practical and emotional gaps in lung cancer survivorship while offering a vast network of support for the survivor and their loved ones. 

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Seattle HOPE Summit

Friday, August 15-
Saturday, August 16, 2014
Courtyard Seattle Lake Union
Seattle, WA

Join us for this regional HOPE Summit, a unique opportunity to meet other lung cancer survivors and hear from the experts about new research developments. It's inspiring, moving, life-affirming – and free to lung cancer survivors. Registration is required; get the details here.

Faces of Hope

LUNGevity Foundation's Faces of Hope video series features lung cancer survivors telling their inspirational stories. They talk about their day-to-day lives, what gives them hope, and what they wish they had known as a person newly diagnosed with lung cancer. To see more videos, click here.

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