People like you, talking about their experiences of lung health.
Reading the stories of people who have faced the same challenges as you could be comforting, moving or inspiring.
How Melanie is loving her lungs
Melanie is 53 and proud mum to two boys, aged 24 and 22. This Love your Lungs Week she tells us how she has been loving her lungs through the pandemic.
I'm afraid air pollution has left my daughter fighting for breath
Leah Ward lives in Birmingham with her four children, including Lucy, 6, who has asthma. She explains why Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone must go further to protect little lungs across the West Midlands.
Mesothelioma research update April 2021
Ian from our research team talks about the progress that our researchers have been making towards better treatments for mesothelioma.
Air pollution is making Liverpool more unequal
Dr. Rob Barnett, a GP from Liverpool, tells us about toxic air where he works and how it’s affecting local people’s health.
Toxic air is stealing our children’s futures in the West Midlands
Toxic air is stealing our children’s futures in the West Midlands. Jonathan, a parent of three from South Birmingham tells us why clean air is so important for his family and how you can help.
I can do things now that were impossible before
In February 2018, Michelle had a single lung transplant. This is her story about how it changed her life.
We held a virtual brunch to remember our amazing dad
Lockdown and COVID-19 couldn’t stop Lisa from bringing her family together (virtually). She held a virtual brunch to raise money, and a cuppa, in memory of her amazing dad, Alan.
Living with a rare lung condition
Fran lives with aspergilloma, a form of aspergillosis. In this blog, she shares her experience of living with a rare lung condition and what she’d like to change in the future.
Tell your story
Do you have a story to tell? It could be about your lung condition, a friend or relative you know who lives with one, or how caring for them impacts your life. We'd love to hear what you've got to say.