LAM Liaison Patient Network
To help women with LAM connect with one another, the Foundation developed the LAM Liaison Patient Network. This network was created by dividing the United States into 21 regions. Regions were determined based on patient numbers, geography and proximity to an established and/or future LAM Clinic. Click here to see a map of the regions.
A LAM Liaison is a regional leader who reaches out to patients in her region and also organizes one or more regional meetings each year. These meetings will give you the opportunity to meet other patients who live in your area and discuss issues that are important to you. An Area Lead is someone who is available to talk with women in her region but is not necessarily responsible for organizing regional meetings. You are welcome to attend meetings in any region. Family and friends are also encouraged to attend regional meetings. Click here to review the scheduled regional meetings taking place across the United States.
The LAM Liaison Patient Network ensures that all women with LAM receive the personal attention they both need and deserve. Contact your LAM Liaison and/or Area Lead with any questions you might have about living with LAM.
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