The Bonnie J. Addario Lung Cancer Foundation (ALCF) has years of first-hand experience dealing with the physical and emotional challenges affecting patients and families who receive a diagnosis of Lung Cancer. Our education resources provide comprehensive, up-to-date and accurate information providing answers to your questions when you need them.
The more knowledge you have, the better equipped
you and your family will be to deal with the disease.
ALCF’s website provides 24/7 access to our comprehensive Patient Handbook, videos, our blog and valuable news about cutting-edge developments in Lung Cancer treatment. ALCF was founded to help, empower and support you through education and advocacy! If you have any questions, call Danielle Hicks, Director of Patient Services & Programs (email@example.com // 650-670-4065).
Our Patient Handbook, “Navigating Lung Cancer, 360 Degrees of Hope,” is the first-ever comprehensive, up-to-date patient resource for Lung Cancer. First released in early 2013, your Handbook is a living document, both in print and on-line, that will have on-going updates to include the latest advancements in Lung Cancer care.
Adolescent/Young Adult (AYA) Speaker Series & Campus Conversations
The program’s purpose is to:
We seek to empower young people affected by lung cancer to have a voice in the conversation about the disease, with each other, peer-to-peer, and with key opinion leaders. To accomplish this, we will:
AYA presenters in this interactive AYA Speaker and Event Series will also be invited to attend and present on behalf of ALCF at AYA conferences and industry and disease conferences, thus ensuring that young people are empowered to speak and advocate.
The ALCF Video Library features videos of past Lung Cancer Living Room sessions, news about the organization, footage of 5K runs and our annual gala event, patient stories, and much more.
Choose from the channels below: