Lung Cancer Council

The Lung Cancer Council is comprised of cancer fighters and survivors, who represent the lung cancer patient community.

Lung Cancer Council members are volunteers who are leading the fight for earlier diagnosis, improved treatments and research that will lead to a cure. As the faces of lung cancer, their stories represent smokers, former smokers and those who have never smoked. Their stories also help to raise awareness about lung cancer caused by radon and genetic factors.

Lung Cancer Council members:

  • Serve as a spokespeople
  • Actively participate in local and national advocacy initiatives
  • Raise funds to support lung cancer research and programming
  • Participate in Lung Cancer Awareness month activities
  • Represent the American Lung Association through support groups and patient education events

For more information about becoming a Lung Cancer Council member, contact Meghan Miller at