International LAM Clinics

The LAM Foundation seeks to improve the care and treatment of all lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM) patients. Toward this end, we established a program to develop regional LAM Clinics throughout the world with the objective of focusing the delivery of care to patients diagnosed with LAM to medical institutions or hospitals that have the interest and expertise to deliver state of the art, coordinated, multidisciplinary care, and to perform cooperative research with other LAM Clinics. As the program has grown we have expanded the scope of the network to include Clinics that care for a number of other types of rare lung disease (RLD) patients.

For information about joining the LAM Clinic Network, please contact:

Nishant Gupta, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Director - Interstitial Lung Diseases Center, Divisions of Pulmonary Critical Care and Sleep Medicine
The University of Cincinnati, 231 Albert Sabin Way, ML 0564, Cincinnati, OH 45267-0564
Tel: 513.558.4831  Fax: 513.558.4858  Email: guptans@ucmail.uc.edu

or

Julie Wogenstahl
Administrative and Data Collector, The LAM Foundation
Tel: 513-777-6889  Email: jwogenstahl@thelamfoundation.org

CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF INTERNATIONAL LAM CLINICS.

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