also is expanding its advocacy efforts during LCAM.
We are at a critical moment to create significant progress in lung cancer detection, treatment and patient support," says Randolph Urmston, current president of the board of ALCASE and a lung cancer survivor.
ALCASE plans new initiatives to address and call attention to this disparity.
During the transition ALCASE will continue to provide important support services for lung cancer patients and their families from its current headquarters in Vancouver, Washington.
With Every Breath: A Lung Cancer Guidebook is one of the very few comprehensive sources of information for lung cancer patients and their families," says Cindy Langhorne, ALCASE
Director of Operations.
is the only national organization solely dedicated to helping people who have lung cancer.
ALCASE is a national not-for-profit organization dedicated solely to helping people at risk for or living with lung cancer improve the quality of their lives through advocacy, support and education.
CONTACT: Cindy Langhorne of ALCASE, +1-360-696-2436
currently provides services to patients, family members, and healthcare providers throughout the United States.