Lung Cancer Awareness Campaigns

Face Your Fear
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Face Your Fear

If you had symptoms of lung cancer, would you be afraid to tell the doctor? Our campaign for LCAM 2018 focused on symptom awareness and the importance of earlier diagnosis.

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#HeadHigh 2017
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#HeadHigh 2017

For Lung Cancer Awareness Month 2017 we confronted lung cancer head on with our #HeadHigh campaign

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MEGA Lungs
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MEGA Lungs

Our MEGA Lungs are the world’s only portable, inflatable, walk through lung exhibit. Hire them for your event.

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Detect Cancer Early
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Detect Cancer Early

Alex Ferguson heads up this campaign to raise awareness of lung cancer symptoms and promote its early detection.

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Scottish Parliament Exhibition
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Scottish Parliament Exhibition

On 16 April 2013, Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation hosted an exhibition in the Scottish Parliament which aimed to raise the profile of lung cancer.

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Welsh Assembly Exhibition
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Welsh Assembly Exhibition

Portraits of Welsh Assembly Members appeared in a parliamentary photographic exhibition to raise awareness of lung cancer.

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MPs Make an Exhibition of Themselves
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MPs Make an Exhibition of Themselves

Portraits of Welsh Assembly Members were showcased in an exhibition at the National Assembly for Wales to raise awareness of lung cancer.

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Be Clear on Cancer
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Be Clear on Cancer

Be Clear on Cancer is a national campaign encouraging people to visit a doctor if they have had a persistent cough for 3 weeks or more.

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