“Stop asking the wrong question about lung cancer.” That’s the cry for compassion from those on the front line - the sons, daughters, husbands, wives, mates and siblings of those living with the devastating diagnosis of lung cancer.
Each hour, an Australian watches a loved one die of lung cancer. Instead of support, most face stigma from a community that blames them for having their disease.
But enough is enough. Young and old, male and female, smoker or non-smoker – lung cancer does not discriminate.
To challenge the stigma, we asked 10 friends, family members and loved ones of those diagnosed with lung cancer to share the toll stigma can have, by leading our campaign.
These are real people, asking for a fair go for everyone impacted by lung cancer. Are you ready to help change the conversation?