We’re asking for a fair go for lung cancer
Australians have spent too long asking the wrong question about lung cancer.
It doesn’t matter whether or not someone smoked. Instead, we should be asking the right questions – of our government, our community and ourselves. Why aren’t people living with lung cancer getting a fair go when it comes to research, treatment and support?
It ends today. This conversation needs to change, and we’re asking for your support.
Stigma is leaving Australians living with lung cancer isolated when they’re at their most vulnerable –and we need to ask why.
It is stifling the will to find a cure for lung cancer – and we need to ask why.
Only 17% of people living with lung cancer are still alive five years after diagnosis – and we need to ask why.
Nobody deserves to have cancer, regardless of what type. Take a moment to listen to the compelling stories of the family and friends of Australians touched by lung cancer. If Australians can replace judgement, with action to better support those living with lung cancer, we really can change lives.