LUNGevity offers many ways for you to connect with other people who have been affected by lung cancer.

Whether you are a person with lung cancer, a caregiver, a caring friend or family member, or a health care professional, there are resources here to make you feel more connected.

Join the Lung Cancer Support Community

LCSCLUNGevity's Lung Cancer Support Community is the largest online lung cancer support network, providing users with an extensive message board including the latest lung cancer information and notices of lung cancer events and advocacy opportunities.

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Connect with One of Our Facebook Groups

Facebook groupsAre you on Facebook? LUNGevity has personalized groups for patients/survivors and caregivers. Find someone who shares your experience. We have individual groups for lung cancer types, lung cancer mutations, and caregiving. (You must be logged into your Facebook account to view the list of groups.)

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Meet Others with Your Type of Lung Cancer

Smiling coupleThe Patient Gateways help you find people and information specific to your type of lung cancer. Visit the KRAS, NSCLC, ALK, EGFR, Rare Mutations and Fusions, or SCLC Patient Gateway to learn more.

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Join a LUNGevity Virtual Meetup Group

Lung cancer blogVirtual meetups make it easy to create friendships and support networks. With a range of different meetups—from general discussions to Caregiver Connection—visit the online calendar to find one for you.

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Get or Give Support Through LifeLine

LifeLine Support Partner programOur LifeLine Support Partner program gives people with lung cancer or their loved ones a one-on-one personal connection with a lung cancer survivor, family member, or caregiver.

Find out how you can get a LifeLine partner — or be a partner.

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Check Out Our Survivor Spotlight Stories

Young Black man smilingRead about the amazing people who are living well with lung cancer as they share the challenges they’ve overcome and the lessons they’ve learned.

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Your experiences can help shape the future of lung cancer.

Join Project PEER and start making a difference.

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