Each year, more than 1.8 million people receive a lung cancer diagnosis. Though research and treatment options have come a long way, there is still far more work to be done to stop the number one cancer killer. The Lung Cancer Registry was created for anyone who has been diagnosed with lung cancer to allow patients to be a part of the solution.

The registry is a knowledge base for lung cancer researchers working to find medical treatments through data shared by those living with lung cancer—leading to a better understanding of the disease, new treatment options, and ultimately, better outcomes.

It’s easy to join and the registry ensures your privacy. Help fight lung cancer by signing up for the registry today!

Questions about the Lung Cancer Registry? Explore frequently asked questions or contact the registry.