This program is being offered virtually via Zoom. Please click here to register for the program through Eventleaf.

with LUNGevity and Smith Center Staff

LUNGevity

Build connections and community at a virtual “Coffeehouse” for the DC Metro Area lung cancer community on Tuesday, February 2, from 5:30-7:00 PM ET.

Join us for an informal evening of conversation, art, and music. Connect with local lung cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, advocates, and healthcare providers.


This event is free. Please RSVP by Friday, January 29th. Guests will receive a link with instructions to join the virtual event.

If you have any questions about the event, please contact Lauren Humphries at lhumphries@lungevity.org or 240-801-5579.


About LUNGevity Foundation

LUNGevity

LUNGevity is changing outcomes for people with lung cancer through researcheducation, and support.

We are dedicated to funding scientific research because the link between research spending and improved survival is clear. Our strategic investment in both early detection and therapeutics will help people live better with lung cancer and dramatically improve on the current 19% five-year survival rate.

LUNGevity initiatives position us as thought leaders in the lung cancer advocacy community, providing programs and driving change for those with lung cancer today and in the future. While we fund primary research, we also conduct patient-focused research to better understand their unmet needs and convene multi-stakeholder meetings to streamline the research process and accelerate progress to patients.

LUNGevity seeks to empower patients to be active decision makers in their treatment process through our extensive educational resourcesonline peer-to-peer support, and in-person survivorship programs.

We provide a community of empowerment, support, and hope as well as more than 80 grassroots awareness and fundraising events held from coast to coast each year.ancer

Please click here to register for the program through Eventleaf.

with LUNGevity Staff

LUNGevity

We hope that you’ll join us for a virtual Open House for the lung cancer community on Tuesday, November 17, from 5:30-7:00 PM ET.

Connect with lung cancer survivors, caregivers, advocates, and healthcare professionals and meet the staff of the Smith Center for Healing & the Arts and LUNGevity Foundation. Enjoy a virtual art gallery tour and learn about local and online support resources and programs.


This event is free. Please RSVP by Friday, November 13. Guests will receive a link with instructions to join the virtual event.

If you have any questions about the event, please contact Lauren Humphries at lhumphries@lungevity.org or 240-801-5579.


About LUNGevity Foundation

LUNGevity

LUNGevity is changing outcomes for people with lung cancer through researcheducation, and support.

We are dedicated to funding scientific research because the link between research spending and improved survival is clear. Our strategic investment in both early detection and therapeutics will help people live better with lung cancer and dramatically improve on the current 19% five-year survival rate.

LUNGevity initiatives position us as thought leaders in the lung cancer advocacy community, providing programs and driving change for those with lung cancer today and in the future. While we fund primary research, we also conduct patient-focused research to better understand their unmet needs and convene multi-stakeholder meetings to streamline the research process and accelerate progress to patients.

LUNGevity seeks to empower patients to be active decision makers in their treatment process through our extensive educational resourcesonline peer-to-peer support, and in-person survivorship programs.

We provide a community of empowerment, support, and hope as well as more than 80 grassroots awareness and fundraising events held from coast to coast each year.ancer

Please click here to visit LUNGevity and register for free.

with LUNGevity

LUNGevity International Lung Cancer Survivorship Conference

This unique weekend conference, now in its 10th year, was designed by and for people diagnosed with lung cancer and their caregivers.

  • Learn how to live well with lung cancer
  • Connect with other survivors
  • Hear from world-renowned researchers on the latest treatments
  • Learn about ways to manage your disease

This year, you’ll be able to immerse yourself in a virtual conference environment …

  • without the expense and hassle of traveling
  • without the risk of exposure to COVID-19
  • without having to leave your home and family members

And it’s free!


Visit Smith Center’s virtual booth on at the following times: 

  • Friday, August 21, 10 AM – 4:30 PM
  • Saturday, August 22, 12 – 1 PM, 3 – 4 PM
  • Sunday, August 23, 12 – 1 PM, 3 – 3:30 PM

About LUNGevity

LUNGevity is changing outcomes for people with lung cancer through researcheducation, and support.

We are dedicated to funding scientific research because the link between research spending and improved survival is clear. Our strategic investment in both early detection and therapeutics will help people live better with lung cancer and dramatically improve on the current 19% five-year survival rate.

LUNGevity initiatives position us as thought leaders in the lung cancer advocacy community, providing programs and driving change for those with lung cancer today and in the future. While we fund primary research, we also conduct patient-focused research to better understand their unmet needs and convene multi-stakeholder meetings to streamline the research process and accelerate progress to patients.

LUNGevity seeks to empower patients to be active decision makers in their treatment process through our extensive educational resourcesonline peer-to-peer support, and in-person survivorship programs.

We provide a community of empowerment, support, and hope as well as more than 80 grassroots awareness and fundraising events held from coast to coast each year.