I am the writer behind many of the survivor stories on this website. It has been my privilege to interview lung cancer patients and survivors, each with their own remarkable story. For most, their diagnosis came as a shock. They have all endured various surgeries and treatment plans. All face an uncertain future. Theirs are stories of incredible accomplishments, successes, and hope. Many of them have become fierce advocates for lung cancer research and their hard work is yielding results.
While there has definitely been an improvement in the life expectancy of lung cancer patients, most will still succumb to the disease. It is important that we share those stories as well. That being said, this fundraising page is in memory of my father, Mark, who died of lung cancer in 2006. He was 67 years old.
Please consider donating to help fund more lung cancer research.
We honor those we’ve lost to lung cancer by raising funds for lung cancer research. It is through innovative and groundbreaking research that we can dramatically improve the survivorship of lung cancer patients. Because life should take your breath away. Not lung cancer.
"When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure.” - Unknown
Proceeds from these tributes will be used to support LCFA’s mission
LCFA's mission is the dramatic improvement in survivorship of lung cancer patients through the funding of transformative science, with the ultimate goal of curing the disease. To accomplish this, LCFA will work to raise both the funds and the national profile of lung cancer in order to substantially increase support of innovative and groundbreaking research efforts.
Lung Cancer Foundation of America is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Your donation is tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.
|Patty Watkins||05/17/2019||$100.00||Baruch Schapiro||01/23/2019||$25.00|