Our mission is to improve the lives of lung transplant patients and their families.

Where are you on your lung transplant journey?

Bringing Hope to the Lung Transplant Community

Supporting research to improve long-term outcomes.

Helping patients navigate the challenges of transplant by offering peer-to-peer mentoring.

Educating patients and caregivers on the transplant journey.

Bridging the gap between the lung transplant community and companies on the forefront of emerging technologies.

the need
To address post-transplant
lung transplants in
the U.S in 2021
1,071 people on the UNOS* list for a lung transplant as of April 2022.
56% of lung transplant patients are
alive after five years.
Zero approved treatments or cures for rejection.

How We Help

Post-transplant rejection research funding, advocacy, and education.

Lung Transplant Foundation Mentorship Program.

Resources and support for the lung transplant community.

Bronchiolitis Obliterans Syndrome (BOS) Externally-led Patient-Focused Drug Development Meeting.

On June 22, 2022, patients and caregivers spoke about what it’s like to live with BOS. This can help the FDA as it approves potential medicines and treatments for BOS.

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