Social Media

Social mediaSocial media can be a wonderful resource for support — whether you use a popular website like Facebook or Twitter, or a dedicated lung cancer support network like the LUNGevity Lung Cancer Support Community. Social communities can connect you to an emotional base that can provide true support, information, and friendship with experts and peers impacted by lung cancer.

Remember that much of social media is public, so be careful when setting your privacy controls. Websites often have that information readily available; for example, review Facebook’s basic privacy controls.

Facebook Pages

If you are a Facebook user, connect with us on our Foundation page and private communities!

LUNGevity on Facebook Subscribe to LUNGevity Foundation's Facebook page to keep connected with daily posts about what's happening with the Foundation, news, blogs, videos, inspirational posts, and trending lung cancer news.

LUNGevity’s many private patient, caregiver and advocacy Facebook groups are communities of people who have experienced a similar diagnosis and/or treatment.

Twitter

LUNGevity on Twitter Follow us on Twitter for up-to-the-minute information, and join the conversation on various lung cancer-related topics in our monthly Twitter chats. Visit www.twitter.com/LUNGevity.

LUNGevity's Lung Cancer Support Community Message Board (LCSC)

LCSC is a free, dedicated social network all about lung cancer, offering support to anyone touched by the disease. LCSC provides users with an extensive message board that includes the latest lung cancer information, announcements of lung cancer events, and advocacy opportunities that fund LUNGevity’s lung cancer research. Visit forums.LUNGevity.org.

Instagram

Instagram Follow LUNGevity on Instagram to see highlights and behind-the-scenes photos from our events.

LinkedIn

LinkedIn Connect with LUNGevity on LinkedIn to see the latest news and content from the Foundation.

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