American Lung Association

Don’t Die From Lung Cancer. Get Screened And Stop Smoking. Lung cancer is the No. 1 cancer killer in African-Americans. Blacks
Tuesday was #WorldLungCancerDay, which commemorates, celebrates and supports those impacted by lung cancer. Lung cancer kills
Fifteen years ago, the trajectory of lung cancer—the No. 1 cancer killer of both women and men—changed forever. The year
Kids with asthma, patients with lung cancer and adults with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease would all be at risk.
Doctors, hospitals, nurses, the March of Dimes -- they're all opposed to the American Health Care Act.
Nearly 4 in 10 Americans live in areas with dangerous levels of pollution, according to the ALA's "State of the Air" report.
When doctors know the makeup of a tumor they are much better equipped to suggest a treatment plan specific to the patient
In recent years, we have seen the emergence of e-cigarettes as a popular tobacco product, especially among youth. Being new
This coming New Year's Eve, millions of Americans will make a resolution to quit smoking with the goal of stubbing out their
Many people give little thought to COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) - also known as emphysema and chronic bronchitis
These are exciting times for anyone touched by lung cancer. I know I will keep a close watch on the progress being made in
One reason why lung cancer has a low survival rate is that there are few early symptoms of the disease. By the time symptoms
Despite the failing grades in Massachusetts and in states throughout the country, there is reason for hope. During recent
Research is key to discovering new and better treatment options, and through a network of clinical research centers, the American Lung Association is dedicated to making an impact in the lives of these Americans.
Lung cancer is a health issue for women that isn't often discussed. However, the rate of new lung cancer cases has almost
Lung cancer kills more people each year than breast, colon, pancreatic and prostate cancer combined. And, every eight minutes, a woman in the United States loses her battle with lung cancer.