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Involvement Opportunities

Who can get involved?

Anyone who has been affected by lung cancer. You can choose how you want to be involved, when and how often. Getting involved with RCLCF means your opinion will be heard and you can help us to make a difference to the treatment and care of people affected by lung cancer in the future.

How can I be involved?

You can share your story online with other people affected by lung cancer or perhaps within one of our publications like Inspire Magazine.

You can contribute to research studies by completing questionnaires or taking part in discussion groups about your experiences of lung cancer treatment and care (please see below for further information).

You can help us to improve our services, for example helping us to design and update our lung cancer information booklets and DVDs.

Projects are listed in the downloads section to the right.

How do I find out more about getting involved?

Please contact our Lung Cancer Information and Support Services team on freephone 0333 323 7200 and select option 2, or email or fill out this online form.

The Foundation can support those involving people affected by lung cancer in formal and informal consultations and research. The voice and experience of those with lung cancer and their carers would be useful we may be able to assist.

See our Health Professionals web pages to register your project

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