Being a mom and a wife I felt like I needed to be strong.

-MaryAnn Bradley

MaryAnn Bradley is undeniably strong, and today she is using that strength to advocate for others and give them the connections and community they need. She’s still with us because her cancer was caught early, and she’s working towards a future where that life-saving early detection is a reality for all.

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.