Kane’s wife Cassy recently passed away from lung cancer. It could just as easily be your friend, mother, brother or neighbour. Let’s start giving lung cancer a fair go.

Kane’s motivation for being a part of this campaign is simple – he wants to honour his wife Cassy’s legacy. He is hoping he can advocate for a better future for lung cancer patients, because no one deserves lung cancer.

People with lung cancer are diagnosed very late – a stage 4 diagnosis is very common. I want lung cancer to be a chronic disease, not a terminal illness, so it can be managed to a longer period of time. And ultimately, I’d love to see a cure.
— Kane

Lung Foundation Australia needs your support to change the landscape of lung cancer by funding for research and better treatment options, and campaigning against the stigma that acts as a barrier to action.