Advocacy is about standing up, being visible and being heard. It’s about promoting change and not accepting the status quo. It’s about taking a public stand for those causes and issues that matter to you. Learn more about our Women and Lung Cancer initiative and how it will impact the entire lung cancer community.

Take Action

Share your lung cancer story with our nation’s policy makers.

Our Legislative Priorities

Educate the federal government to help shape all aspects of cancer policy.

National Advocacy Summit

Join advocates in Washington, DC for the National Advocacy Summit.

Virtual Advocacy Action Day

Strengthen our collective voice from home on July 23.


Learn what we have accomplished for our community over the last decade.

Lung Cancer Caucus

Find out how Members of Congress educate colleagues about lung cancer issues.

How to Become an Advocate

Learn how to be an advocate for the lung cancer community.

Policy Letters

Letters help us communicate the community’s views & values to Members of Congress and federal agencies .

National Advocate Advisory Council

Leading advocates provide input and action on key issues that affect the community.

Cost Effectiveness of Screening

Studies have shown that low-dose CT lung cancer screening is proven cost-effective.