What You'll Do:November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, and to celebrate, we're inviting members of the community to write a letter of encouragement to a lung cancer survivor. It's as easy as writing a card at home and mailing it to the LCI office.
Must be 10 years or older
Details:Did you know that 79% of people with lung cancer either never smoked cigarettes or had already quit smoking? We know that anyone with lung can get lung cancer, and we're working to break the stigma and encourage compassion throughout November for Lung Cancer Awareness Month!
To get the Triangle community involved in Lung Cancer Awareness Month, we're inviting members of the community to write a letter of encouragement to a lung cancer survivor. Simply design/decorate/write a card at home, mail it to the LCI office, and we will send it to a lung cancer survivor. Please mail all cards to:
Lung Cancer Initiative of NC
Attn: Colleen Christensen
5171 Glenwood Ave., Ste. 401
Raleigh, NC 27612
Impact Statement:Our mission is to advance survivorship and provide support to those affected by lung cancer through research, education, and access programs.
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