Christine Roberts, 51, was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer in May 2017. This brave mother talks about her challenging cancer journey and her children. Christine has a message for Pharmac which is an instrument of government. http://https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QwSf4swQXLDNA4M9qVmUHhsuZNv0lsU-/view
The introduction of a lung cancer screening programme has the potential to improve health outcomes in New Zealand for NZ’s Biggest Cancer Killer. Data from the NELSON study which was presented at last year’s International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC) World Conference on Lung Cancer (to which Lung Foundation NZ is affiliated) […]
Dr Chris Atkinson, Lung Foundation NZ, Medical Director & Associate Professor of Oncology A new approach, informed by equity, a must to improve outcomes for lung cancer – NZ biggest cancer killer. Watch our video here
Monday 19th November 2018 – Following a historic decision by Australia to fund untreated lung cancer patients, Lung Foundation New Zealand says it is extremely disappointed that Pharmac has made no decision on KEYTRUDA two years after making a funding application. 2018 19th November – Lung Foundation Media Release
Listen to our interview with lung cancer patient Baden Ngan Kee.
5 Kiwis die from lung cancer every day. Even healthy people can develop lung cancer.
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Medical Director, Chris Atkinson was interviewed about NZ’s biggest cancer killer – lung cancer. He called for better funding of new treatments that save lives and reduce health costs and more responsible use of tobacco taxes. Keytruda could ‘revolutionise’ lung cancer treatment but NZ won’t fund it, doc says
MEDIA RELEASE – WORLD LUNG CANCER DAY – Wednesday 1 August 2018 Lung Foundation NZ observes World Lung Cancer Day to honour and unite all kiwis that have been affected by lung cancer and demand better funding of new treatments for New Zealand’s deadliest cancer. Click the link to view the media release – 010818_Media […]