LUNGevity is committed to ensuring that all people diagnosed with lung cancer have the same opportunities for best-case outcomes and access to trusted resources, regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender, sexual identity, age, socioeconomic status, or geographic location.

Our Approach to Health Equity

We are informed by data, identify and implement best practices, and know the importance of action and collaboration to create change.

Programs & Partnerships

We believe collaborations accelerate results. Our programs are built with input from or in partnership with key community stakeholders

Health Literate Resources

LUNGevity has developed Lung Cancer Basics, a growing library of health literate, culturally sensitive, and linguistically appropriate educational material tested with communities at risk, people with lung cancer, and caregivers.

Health Equity Council

LUNGevity is proud to be guided by leaders from a variety of lived experiences, racial/ethnic identities, gender identities, areas of professional expertise, and more.  

News and Publications

The latest on our efforts in health equity and inclusion, as well as a repository of important publications that share best practices and new information on how to better engage communities