Lung Cancer Alliance
February 9, 2011
Our lung cancer support group found LCA on the web. We wanted to be part of something, to put our site on the map, so we did the "Shine the Light Vigil". Soon after, we were invited to Washington DC for their 4th Annual Conference. Little did we know that we would be part of a movement to promote "The Lung Cancer Mortality Reduction Act". LCA has given us hope that something will be done to increase awareness and decrease mortality rates for lung cancer. We are thankful for all of the people that work for LCA, for giving us the inspiration and knowledge we need to keep fighting for better treatment plans and funding for research, for early detection. Lung cancer should not be the leading cause of cancer deaths.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Meeting the staff and seeing first hand, how they are passionate in their fight against lung cancer. Reading about all of their accomplishments by funding cancer programs for patients.
Ways to make it better...
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
I would clone each and every one of them to have a bigger and better force to fight against lung cancer.
Professional with expertise in this field & I will encourage our group to write letters to our congressmen to support the "Lung Cancer Mortality Reduction Act".
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