There are many ways to find the support you need.


Joining a lung cancer group can be an important part of successfully navigating the disease.

These groups create space for people to talk about life with lung cancer and even make new friends. Because each person has a unique experience with lung cancer, they may join a group for different reasons, whether it be to meet people with similar experiences, find emotional support, ask questions, or share advice.

No matter the reason for joining, these groups are positive, helpful places where all are welcome.

Connect face-to-face with LUNGevity's meetups

virtual meetups icon Join LUNGevity’s Virtual Meetup focused on SCLC — the third Wednesday of each month at 3 pm ET. Can’t make it? Don’t worry — there’s a full schedule of meetups to choose from. New attendees are welcome.

Access LUNGevity's support communities 24/7

support community icon The Lung Cancer Support Community is an active online forum to post your thoughts and questions. Or just scroll through the many different topics and hear from others in the lung cancer community.

facebook icon For people on Facebook, the general LUNGevity Facebook Group is another great way to connect and stay informed. Or you can join LUNGevity’s Small Cell Lung Cancer Facebook Group.

 

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