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.
Have you got a question for Dr Andy?
Join Joe, from our campaigns team, and Dr Andy on 26 December for an exclusive Q&A session. Share your questions with us now and Dr Andy will be answering them on the day.
I’m focusing on living my life
In 2017, Sandra was diagnosed with mesothelioma, a cancer normally caused by breathing in asbestos dust. She shares her experience of living with mesothelioma, her journey to diagnosis and her outlook on life.
Take steps helped our team stay connected when we weren’t together
Rupe and Adam from GSK tell us why their team took part in this year’s Take Steps challenge. And how the challenge helped them stay connected as a team, when their office was closed.
A new hope for improved mesothelioma treatment
Ian from our research team talks about CheckMate 743, a study offering hope to those with mesothelioma. As one of his focus areas in research, news of progress in this study was something he was pleased to hear about.
Demand ambitious action on toxic air in Greater Manchester
We're demanding ambitious action in Greater Manchester. Sue, from our policy team, explains why and how we need to tackle air pollution. And what you can do to help improve the air quality in Greater Manchester.
Sing and dance around your house this winter
Ruth is a physiotherapist. Over the years she’s worked with many people with lung conditions and has raised money for the British Lung Foundation by running marathons! Read her guide to looking after yourself and staying active this winter.
Keeping well with COPD
This World COPD Day, our medical director Nick is running a webinar for anyone interested in finding out more about COPD, breathlessness and how best to look after yourself and manage your condition.
Identifying those at risk of COPD
Gavin is a professor in respiratory studies at Imperial College London. He's working on a study that hopes to identify people at risk of developing COPD in order to treat it early.
Living, breathing, learning: a community approach to lung health in Wales
We all know that pulmonary rehabilitation is the most effective way to manage breathlessness in COPD and stay fit and well, but could singing or community exercise help? Joseph Carter, our Head of Devolved Nations, looks at the evaluation of the Helping You Help Yourself and Singing for Lung Health projects.
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.