Information days

We are proud to host lung cancer information days across the UK, offering support and information to anyone affected by lung cancer.

lung cancer information days

These free to attend information days provide patients and their families with the opportunity to hear from lung cancer professionals such as oncologists, thoracic surgeons and lung cancer nurses. You will also have the chance to ask questions as well as share your experiences with other lung cancer patients and carers.

“Lung cancer information days offer more time for people to get much more information, not just from one specialist but from numerous specialists that may be involved in their care.”

Martin Chamberlain, Chest Surgeon Southampton

Each lung cancer information day features local medical practitioners, presenting the very latest updates on lung cancer treatments. We also invite other professionals such as physiotherapists and nutritionists who can provide details on how best to live with lung cancer. Patient advocates also regularly attend to share their story and explaining how lung cancer has affected their lives.

2020 Information Days

Our confirmed dates are as follows:

  • 23rd April – Manchester
  • 18th June – Nottingham
  • 1st July – Huddersfield
  • 16th July – Portsmouth
  • 24th August – Inverness

Further details on our 2020 Information Days will be confirmed soon.

Please email to book your free place at our Information Days.

All venues and times will be confirmed shortly. However, in the meantime, if you are interested in any of our information days, you can contact our Lung Cancer Information Support Services team on 0333 323 7200 and ask for LCISS. They will then get back in touch with you as soon all locations and venues are confirmed.

Alternatively, if you are a patient who would like to speak at one of our Lung Cancer Information Days, or for other ways to get involved with the charity, please visit our Patient Advocate page.

“It’s very helpful meeting other people who are suffering from a similar disease but possibly being treated differently, how they manage and what things they find help them enjoy life. The opportunity to share is very important. We don’t talk about lung cancer enough.”

Peter, living with lung cancer