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Bonnie J. Addario Lung Cancer Foundation
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As the nation's largest philanthropy devoted exclusively to eradicating lung cancer, BJALCF works with a diverse group of physicians, organizations and individuals to identify solutions and make timely and meaningful change through research, early detection, education, prevention, and treatment.

Addi’s Cure
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Addi's cure was established in September 2006 and is dedicated to funding research for lung cancer. For information about lung cancer, research, events and fundraisers, and how you can donate to Addi's cure, please check out the rest of the website to learn more!

Beverly Fund
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The Beverly Fund is a National nonprofit organization dedicated to lung cancer awareness, education, patient support and early detection. Provides easy to understand information about risks, causes, types, clinical trials, questions to ask the doctor and personal stories.

Brittany’s Battle
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Our mission is to provide information and support for families, caregivers, and friends whose loved ones are fighting their own battle with cancer; to raise awareness about lung cancer and childhood cancer; and to provide research grants to those making progress in the battle against lung cancer.

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CancerCare is a national nonprofit organization that provides free, professional support services for anyone affected by cancer.

For Joan ~ The Joan Gaeta Lung Cancer Foundation
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Established in the fall of 2007, The Joan Gaeta Lung Cancer Foundation was created by her husband and children to raise awareness of the disease, to educate the public, and to raise research funds for a cure.

Gianni Ferrarotti Lung Cancer Foundation
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Help us continue our mission to aid families of lung cancer patients and help finance lung cancer research at Karmanos Cancer Institute.

Global Resource for Advancing Cancer Education (GRACE)
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GRACE is a nonprofit organization founded by health care professionals who are committed to providing current, detailed cancer information to the general public. We provide updated discussions and the opportunity to ask questions directly to experts in a discussion forum.

It’s Time to Focus on Lung Cancer
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The Jeni Fund
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The Jeni Fund for Women's Lung Cancer Research was founded in February 2002 in memorial for Jenifer Saltzman. In support of the Dana Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) of Boston, one of the 4 leading cancer research institutions in the US, our goal is to provide significant funding for research programs, specifically in women with lung cancer.

Joan's Legacy: The Joan Scarangello Foundation to Conquer Lung Cancer
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Joan’s Legacy is committed to fight lung cancer by funding innovative research and increasing awareness of the world’s leading cancer killer, with a special focus on non-smoking-related lung cancer.

Thomas G. Labrecque Foundation
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The Labrecque family formed the Foundation to raise funds for lung cancer research. They host run/walks in Central Park and in Washington, DC. Their goal is to raise lung cancer awareness and vital research dollars to find a cure.

Lung Cancer Alliance
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The Lung Cancer Alliance is dedicated solely to advocating for people living with lung cancer or those at risk for the disease. Their initiatives aim to educate public policy leaders of the need for greater resources for lung cancer research while changing the face of lung cancer and reducing the stigma associated with the disease.

Lung Cancer Circle of Hope (New Jersey)
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Lung Cancer Circle of Hope is committed to eradicating the myths surrounding lung cancer. They are working to create knowledge and awareness of lung cancer by providing educational programs to the community at large.

Lung Cancer Foundation of America
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LCFA’s goal is simple: to provide the necessary and critical funding for creative and leading edge lung cancer research programs to help find early detection, treatment, and ultimately a cure for this deadly disease. LCFA is a national organization, and raises money throughout the United States, often from the private sector.

Lung Cancer Online Foundation
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The mission of the Lung Cancer Online Foundation is to improve the quality of care and quality of life for people with lung cancer by funding lung cancer research and providing information to patients and families.

Lung Cancer Support Community
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LCSC was created and developed in October of 2002 by Rick Brown, whose father-in-law was diagnosed with lung cancer.

LUNGevity Foundation
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LUNGevity Foundation is the largest private funder of lung cancer research with a world renowned scientific board, the largest lung cancer grassroots network and the largest online lung cancer support network offering 24 hr peer-to-peer support, Ask the Experts, buddy program and advocacy program. The mission of LUNGevity Foundation is to have a meaningful and immediate impact on improving lung cancer survival rates, ensure a higher quality of life for lung cancer patients, and provide a community for those impacted by lung cancer.

Betty R. May Foundation
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We are a 501(c)(3) community service organization committed to finding a cure for small cell lung cancer and assisting women and families affected by the disease.

National Lung Cancer Partnership
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National Lung Cancer Partnership is the only national lung cancer organization founded by physicians and researchers. Dedicated to decreasing deaths due to lung cancer, the Partnership is working to help patients live longer and better through research, awareness and advocacy.

The Patient Resource Cancer Guide
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The Patient Resource Cancer Guide is a free publication that was created to empower and prepare newly diagnosed and newly restaged cancer patients to become their own advocates. Now in its fourth year, this comprehensive resource helps these patients and their families map the cancer journey.

Gail P. Ramos Foundation
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Our mission statement is simple - the elimination of lung cancer as a life-threatening illness via a cure or sufficient treatment options to provide a high-quality of life and management of the disease as a chronic condition.

Rexanna’s Foundation
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The mission of Rexanna's Foundation for Fighting Lung Cancer is to financially support efforts dedicated to eliminating lung cancer, improving detection methods and enhancing the quality of life for lung cancer patients.

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