Lung cancer resources


Lung Cancer Network Australia
Lung Foundation Australia established Lung Cancer Network Australia to empower people living with lung cancer, their families and carers with reliable and up-to-date information, support and advocacy, no matter who they are and where they live.
Cancer Australia
Lung cancer information from the national government agency working to reduce the impact of cancer on all Australians.


Why lung cancer matters
Lung cancer is the largest cause of cancer death in Australia. Each year, 9,000 people are diagnosed with lung cancer, 80% of these at late stage
Public seminar: cancer in the age of personalised medicine
Dr Sandra O'Toole discusses personalised medicine and the latest advances in lung cancer.
What's your cough telling you?
A short animated video with information on the symptoms of lung cancer - what's your cough telling you?


DreamLab app speeding up Garvan's cancer research
The DreamLab app, a distributed smartphone supercomputer, is now available on iOS and Android. Garvan and The Vodafone Foundation are now calling one million Australians to download the app and contribute to Garvan’s cancer research.
Top-to-toe MRI screen picks up early-stage cancers while still curable
A major study shows that whole-body MRI screening can identify previously undetected primary tumours throughout the body in people with high genetic risk of cancer.