Lung Cancer Awareness Month Resources

Lung Cancer Awareness Month logoUse these lung cancer awareness month resources to get the message out any way you can – post, tweet, and email everyone about the need for more lung cancer research.

Lung cancer poses a threat to anyone with lungs. We need you to help spread the understanding that new research, diagnosis, and treatment breakthroughs in the last 10 years have brought new hope to patients and their families. But we still have far to go—the facts around lung cancer speak volumes. To help spread the message about lung cancer, take a moment in November to share these facts and help bring awareness to this deadly disease while promoting the need for more research.

Lung Cancer Awareness Month Messages to Share

Download these files for easy to use messaging to get the word out about the need for more lung cancer research or write your own.

The FDA has approved more treatments for lung cancer patients in the past 5 years than in the previous 20 years.

The FDA has approved more treatments for lung cancer patients in the past 5 years than in the previous 20 years.

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Sadly, federal funding for lung cancer research per related death in 2018 was just $1,680 compared to: $24,846 for breast cancer $12,644 for prostate cancer $6,344 for colon cancer

Sadly, federal funding for lung cancer research per related death in 2018 was just $1,680 compared to:
$24,846 for breast cancer
$12,644 for prostate cancer
$6,344 for colon cancer

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Chart showing statistics regarding lung cancer diagnosis rate in U.S.

Every day 627 people in the U.S. will be diagnosed with lung cancer

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Lung Cancer Awareness Profile Images

Swap your social media images to these lung cancer awareness images for the month of November.

Click on any of these images to open the downloadable file.

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Lung Cancer Awareness Facebook Cover Photos

Photo of LCFA speakers bureau who are living with lung cancer.
Photo collage of people living with lung cancer thanks to research.
Photo of LCFA lung cancer grant researcher

Awareness Videos to Share

Share a video – show others how research is changing the lives of people diagnosed with lung cancer.

Donate today to fund lung cancer research

New research, diagnosis, and treatment breakthroughs in the last 10 years have brought new hope to patients and their families. But we still have far to go.

Your donation to Lung Cancer Foundation of America will help to fund the type of research that will find new treatments and protocols for lung cancer patients everywhere.