Lung Cancer Canada is a national charitable organization that works to increase awareness for lung cancer, support patients and the individuals who care for them, and provide educational resources to patients, family members, healthcare professionals, and the general public.
330 Bay St., Suite #310
The Lung Health Foundation is dedicated to ending gaps in the prevention, diagnosis, and care of lung disease in Canada. The organization invests in the future by driving groundbreaking research and give patients and their families the programs and support they need today.
18 Wynford Drive, Suite #401
Canadian Lung Cancer Advocacy – Breathe Hope, was created by a small group of Canadian lung cancer patients. They saw the value in having a supportive, collaborative, and sharing community that would reach Canadian LC patients and caregivers from coast to coast.
The Lung Association works at the national, provincial, and community levels to improve and promote lung health. They focus on chronic lung diseases like asthma and COPD, infectious diseases like TB, flu, and pneumonia, and breathing disorders like sleep apnea. They provide information to both citizens and governments and advocate for improvements when lung disease patients are getting inadequate care.
The Lung Association – National Office
885 Meadowlands Dr., Suite 502