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The Free to Breathe® event series unites people who are passionate about creating public awareness of lung cancer and raising funding for vital research. With more than 30 events across the country in 2010, including a National Walk, so you can participate no matter where you live!
Join thousands of lung cancer survivors, family, friends and advocates to create change for lung cancer. Form your team now to positively impact the lives of those affected by this disease.
Together, we can empower patients, save lives and make the fight against lung cancer a priority!
All proceeds from Free to Breathe® events support the National Lung Cancer Partnership's research, awareness and education programs.View Thread
Emerging Med and the National Lung Cancer Partnership have teamed up to help you find clinical research studies appropriate for you. By participating in such studies, you may be able to gain access to new modes of treatment or help others in the future. You can access this service by creating a profile online or by calling 1-800-698-0931.
Understanding Early Stage Treatment Options, a collaboration between the National Lung Cancer Partnership and Research to Practice , can help you understand your treatment options for early-stage lung cancer as you and your health care team make important decisions about your treatment. Here, you will find perspectives from both lung cancer experts and patients.View Thread
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