Lung Cancer Awareness Month 2022. Elevating the stories of lung cancer

Lung Cancer Awareness Month 2022: Elevating the Stories of Lung Cancer

Last updated: November 2022

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month (LCAM). This month we are celebrating lung cancer awareness, and our continued community mission by elevating the stories of lung cancer throughout the month of November. We acknowledge and support that no two journeys are exactly alike, and the more we share about our lives the more awareness we will bring.

Your voice matters!

What has your lung cancer journey and experience been like? How has your life changed or stayed the same since your or a loved one's diagnosis? We encourage you to participate on our socials where we will have engagement opportunities throughout the month for you to share your individual perspectives.

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How important is lung cancer awareness to you?

Share your story, today!

Navigating life with lung cancer is no easy task. One story at a time, we work to break the stigmas associated with lung cancer and help people to understand that all it takes is a pair of lungs to be affected by lung cancer. Each week, we will be featuring a story on-site for those who choose to share. Want to see if your story has been featured? Be sure to check the site each Monday to see!

Share your story today

Enter to win!

Taking care of yourself through a journey like lung cancer is important to your overall well-being – and everyone deserves some self-care, so let us help! This year, we will be giving away a "Finding your calm through lung cancer" self-care prize pack. The giveaway ends November 18, 2022.

Give us a like or follow!

Join the LungCancer.net community on our socials. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook to stay up-to-date on Awareness Month activities. The hashtags #LCSM and #LCAM on Twitter will also show all the incredible work so many organizations and people are doing this month and always.

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