15-23 September 2018
Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is more common than we thought. Around 32,500 people across the UK have it and approximately 7,800 people are diagnosed with it each year.
We urgently need more research into causes, treatments and a cure, and improvements to care and support of IPF. You can help make a difference by donating towards IPF research.
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Your IPF stories
Got IPF? We're here for you
Louise explains about our new service for people with IPF and their carers.
I'm 16 and living with ILD - now I'm taking on a fun run!
Nathan is taking on a fun run to raise money.
We can find a cure
Louise is a leading researcher who is finding a cure for IPF and COPD. Find out about her exciting research.
I'm running the marathon for my dad who had IPF
Fraser lost his dad to IPF when he was young. This year he’s running the London Marathon to give hope to people living with IPF.
A charity bike ride and a mini-festival for my dad
When Stuart's dad was diagnosed with IPF, he organised a charity bike ride. Read his inspiring story.
We have to stop people going through what I've been through
Peter had IPF. He explained why he wanted more to be done to stop it.
I thought I had asthma when I actually had IPF
Amy Price has idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF). She tells her story.
Making progress with pulmonary fibrosis research
Ian talks about how we're getting closer to his goal of eradicting pulmonary fibrosis.