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We Need Your Help to Fund LAM Research

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"The LAM community should be incredibly proud of the Foundation’s continuing role in fast-tracking the best LAM research” – Elizabeth Henske, MD

We need your help to fund LAM research. The LAM Foundation is the global leader in the fight against lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM). We are dedicated to finding safe and effective treatments, and ultimately a cure, for women living with LAM. By donating today, you can help give “A Breath of Hope” to women with LAM across the globe. 100% of your gift will go directly to LAM research.

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2017 Was a Good Year!

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With your support, The LAM Foundation continues to grow and be both a champion and innovator for LAM patients and their families. 2017 was once again a busy year at The LAM Foundation, as we continue to accelerate research and to improve patient care.

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Presentations at the 2017 #LAMposiumDC

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Check out all the presentations from LAMposium DC.

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The Air We Breathe

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This time last year, I discovered an opportunity to apply for a grant through my pharmacy school program at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. I knew that I wanted to find a way to use the grant to help educate physicians about LAM, but I was not sure exactly what or how to go about it. I called Sue Sherman and told her about the opportunity and we brainstormed. Sue informed me the new LAM Guidelines would be published in 2016 by the American Thoracic Society. In healthcare, promoting guidelines can be a challenge. It is both expensive and time consuming, so I pitched the idea to Sue that I write a grant to help spread the news about the new guidelines.

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