Lung cancer has many different faces.

-Juliana Senra

Juliana may not fit your vision of what a person with lung cancer looks like – a stigma she’s faced since she found out on her daughter’s 16th birthday. With an uncertain path ahead, she’s living “in the now” and using her voice to address lung cancer stigma.

You can help change the conversation from blame and shame to one that gives people living with lung cancer a fighting chance. Donations are urgently needed for lung cancer research. Your support will fund an innovative joint study by the Lung Health Foundation and Lung Cancer Canada aimed at ending the stigma that kills