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Moving Forward: Winter Mindfulness

We know that the winter months can be a bit of a slog, especially for people who are struggling with loss. LCRF is partnering with CancerCare to bring people who have lost someone #TogetherSeparately to talk about their experiences. This is an opportunity to “drop in” for casual conversation with others who understand, as we […]

TogetherSeparately: Integrative Therapies

This livestream is an opportunity to connect face-to-face with others who care about lung cancer and talk about challenges we’re facing, #TogetherSeparately. Dr. Narjust Florez, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, will join moderator Dr. Isabel Preeshagul on Dec. 6 at 3 PM ET for a discussion around complementary, alternative, and integrative therapies in the treatment of lung […]

EGFR Resisters research update

Join us for a virtual update with recipients of the 2022 LCRF and EGFR Resisters Research Grant on EGFR-Driven Lung Cancer! This informative webinar will allow participants an opportunity to hear from grantees and ask questions about their research projects. Please RSVP below and watch your email for the Zoom details. Speakers Swarnali Acharyya, PhDColumbia […]

#TogetherSeparately: IASLC Targeted Therapies Recap

In this live virtual meetup, Stephen V. Liu, MD, Director of Thoracic Oncology and Head of Developmental Therapeutics, Georgetown University, will give an overview of the topics discussed during February's IASLC Targeted Therapies Meeting. The IASLC Targeted Therapies of Lung Cancer Meeting is a dynamic event with a long tradition. Presenters will summarize data on […]

LCRF Together New York

RiverMarket Bar & Kitchen 127 W Main St, Tarrytown, New York

Come join us for an informative program, conversation, and a complimentary lunch. We'll gather at River Market in Tarrytown, NY (steps from the Metro North train station!) to bring our tri-state New York area community together in person. Our experts will discuss the latest research updates and important topics in lung cancer. Space is limited, […]

#TogetherSeparately: Lung Cancer from Day 1…and Beyond

A lung cancer diagnosis can be shocking, confusing, and unsettling. When you’re looking for guidance, where do you even start? Julia Rotow, MD, will walk us through what patients and caregivers can expect, what resources are available to them, guidance in assembling and managing their care team, and questions to ask at appointments. We’re also […]

#TogetherSeparately: Women + Lung Cancer

New! Closed captioning in English and Spanish will be available during this live online event. Narjust Florez, MD, Associate Director of the Cancer Care Equity Program and thoracic medical oncologist at Dana-Farber Brigham Cancer Center, will join us once again for our popular Women + Lung Cancer program. This live virtual meeting will include an […]

LCRF Together Chicago

Le Tour 625 Davis St., Evanston, Illinois

We’re coming back to Chicago! Our third LCRF Together Chicago in-person educational event will take place Wednesday, May 15 in Evanston at Le Tour. This community gathering and educational event features a panel of experts: Mary J. Fidler, MDThoracic oncologist and Professor in Internal MedicineRush Medical Center Christine Bestvina, MDThoracic oncologist and Assistant Professor of […]

Purple and White

Woodfield Country Club 3650 Club Place, Boca Raton, Florida

The 7th Annual Purple and White Fight Night event will be hosted in memory of Ashley Katzen’s mother who lost her battle to pancreatic cancer at age 54, and Danyelle Shapiro’s father who lost his life to lung cancer at age 41. The collaboration between the two was sparked by the impact cancer has had […]

White Ribbons Build Lung Cancer Awareness

Heritage Park - Shelter 2 16050 Pflumm Road, Olathe, Kansas

Join The White Ribbon Project, The University of Kansas Cancer Center & LCRF at Heritage Park in Olathe, KS for a fun and meaningful project: building white ribbons for lung cancer awareness. Ribbon-building is one of the most powerful ways to build community, educate the public, and give a face to lung cancer. Let’s put […]