LUNGevity offers the largest online network of support and in-person survivorship programs for all people affected by lung cancer.
The support you get at LUNGevity is almost as important as the medicine you are receiving.
- Matt Ellefson, stage IV ALK
Patients and caregivers can receive peer to peer support and information from our Lung Cancer Support Community message boards.
Through our LifeLine Program, we offer one-on-one support by matching patients and caregivers to mentors who have similar experiences.
We also provide supporters and advocates the opportunity to participate on our social media platforms to connect with each other and raise awareness about lung cancer, the importance of funding lung cancer research, and changing how people learn about, treat, and live with the disease.
We are grateful for our generous donors whose support allows us to offer these free services.
Learn about all the ways you can connect with LUNGevity and the lung cancer community: sign up to get a personal support partner, join our online forum, read our blog, and more. You'll also find inspiring Survivor Stories, first-hand accounts of living with lung cancer.
LUNGevity HOPE Summits are conferences for lung cancer survivors: anyone who has ever been diagnosed with lung cancer of any stage, in or out of active treatment. They're informative and inspiring!
Survivor Resource Center
The Survivor Resource Center is a hub for survivors at any stage of their lung cancer journey looking for physical, emotional, and practical support, information, treatment options, and other resources to make coping and living with lung cancer easier.
Caregiver Resource Center
Being a caregiver is both a rewarding and challenging experience. In our Caregiver Resource Center, you'll learn ways to ask for help from friends and family, to get support from other caregivers, and to get real help with end-of-life issues.
Asking the Right Questions
Whether you're a person with lung cancer or you have a loved one with the disease, we have tools to help you be an effective and informed health care advocate.