The LAM Foundation is the global leader in the fight against lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM). We are dedicated to finding safe and effective treatments, and ultimately a cure, for women living with LAM. Your gift is essential to making a difference in their lives.

All contributions directly support The LAM Foundation’s research, advocacy and patient education initiatives. The LAM Foundation is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. If you have any questions about your gift, please call us at 513-777-6889 or email us at development@thelamfoundation.org.

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 By making a donation today, your gift has an immediate impact on women living with LAM around the world. We are truly grateful for your generous support.

 

 

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Francis X. McCormack Career Development Award Fund

 

 As part of Dr. McCormack's passion for leading, inspiring, and expanding promising LAM research, he has consistently encouraged young scientists and clinicians to study LAM. To acknowledge his investment in the future of LAM science, we named an annual LAM research award in his honor: The Francis X. McCormack Career Development Award.  

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Breathe, Just Breathe Book: A Portrait Book 

by Jennifer Fujikawa 

 Read stories of hope, support, resilience, and action from women living with lymphangioleiomyomatosis around the world.⁣ Click the button below to order your copy of the book today! All proceeds from book sales will benefit The LAM Foundation.

 

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OTHER WAYS TO GIVE

By Mail: Please download and complete our DONATION FORM and mail it with your check to:

The LAM Foundation
4520 Cooper Road, Suite 300
Cincinnati, OH 45242

By Phone: Call us toll-free at 1-877-CURE-LAM (1-877-287-3526) to speak to a LAM Foundation staff member. 

For more ways to support The LAM Foundation including planned gifts CLICK HERE.

 

THANK YOU

On behalf of The LAM Foundation, thank you for your generous contribution. Your gift has an immediate impact on women living with LAM around the world.