|Federal Budget 2014-15 Submission|
Lung Foundation Australia is seeking funding for a two-year pilot program to provide Lung Cancer Nurses as part of the 2014-15 Federal Budget. While grateful for the steps taken by the Australian Government to support people with cancer in recent years, Lung Foundation Australia believes there is a vital need for lung cancer specific nurses to improve outcomes and reduce the...
|Life’s great! Second opinion saves patient’s life|
11 year Lung Cancer survivor, Mike, shares his inspiring story about how listening to his wife’s advice and seeking a second opinion lead to curative lung cancer. surgery.
|Lung cancer patient/carer events in Sydney in October 2013|
Lung Foundation Australia will host two very special events in Sydney for lung cancer patients, their families and carers just prior to the opening of the 15th World Lung Cancer Conference at Sydney Convention Centre on the weekend of 26- 27 October 2013. We hope that many of you will be able to attend at least one of these events....
|Aboriginal Lung cancer education dvd launched in NAIDOC Week|
Lung Foundation Australia in partnership with Hume Regional Integrated Cancer Services launched its first aboriginal lung cancer education dvd “Let's yarn about lung cancer” at the start of NAIDOC Week. This dvd aims to get people looking out for and listening for signs of lung cancer. Healthy lungs are vital to living a full, healthy life. However, lung cancer is the...
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