15 Feb 18
This week, the BBC exposed the disgraceful gap in the money spent on lung cancer research compared to other cancers. This lack of funding is costing people their lives and...
16 Feb 18
Every year a group of friends and family hold a special music night in memory of Simon Goss. His son, Joe, told us a bit more about Simon and this popular event.
13 Feb 18
The lungs aren’t easy organs to access. Diagnosis often involves taking tissue samples by biopsy – a surgical procedure. Our researchers are looking for ways to develop...
12 Feb 18
Our new infographic paints the real picture of the current state of play for lung cancer and the patients and families it affects including the research spending gap and a...
5 Feb 18
After losing his beloved grandad, Pane, 8-year-old Luca had a football party in his honour. Instead of birthday presents, Luca asked his friends to make a donation to help...
5 Feb 18
Last week, we were kindly invited to go and see The Pacifists Guide to the War on Cancer at the Liverpool Playhouse Theatre. The play promised to ‘look beyond the poster...
26 Jan 18
Many people know a cough that lasts for more than 3 weeks could be a sign of lung cancer. But how many of these less common lung cancer symptoms do you recognise.
1 Jan 18
We are the only UK lung cancer charity. It is a responsibility we take very seriously. Here is an overview of our key achievements as a charity and what our supporters help...
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