Today, 15,000 people died of tobacco use - both smokers and nonsmokers. Take action NOW at!

Tobacco is on track to kill one billion people, smokers and nonsmokers, this century. This year, we have a historic opportunity to change the future. The leading cause of preventable death worldwide, tobacco kills through cancer, stroke, lung disease, and…Read More

Help us reach our goal of 5,000 PackHead users by July 1st!

Dear Friends, We've made progress on our goal of reaching 5,000 people by July 1st for the Packhead application. People from around the world have made pictures showing rotten teeth, blindness, gangrene and other health effects. Take a couple minutes today…Read More

Support WLF by using Packhead

Please use Facebook to help us show the truth about smoking by visiting The Packhead Facebook application is a tool that allows you use your photos to show the negative impact of smoking on the body, picking from rotten…Read More

Join WLF's Half-Marathon Team!

Dear Friend– WLF is recruiting runners for the 2009 NYC Half-Marathon in New York City's Central Park on Sunday August 16th. The run is a spectacular course from Central Park through Times Square and ending in Battery Park City! The WLF running team will…Read More

WLF in March: Tobacco Atlas and WCTOH

March was a busy and productive month for World Lung Foundation. WLF sponsored the World Conference on Tobacco OR Health (WCTOH) in Mumbai, India, and participated by presenting research and best practices for using mass media advertising to reduce tobacco…Read More

Compelling TV ad supports Smokefree India

Dear Friends – I thought I’d share “Dhuann”, a compelling ad that WLF produced to support India's new smokefree laws. This unique ad taps into a tradition of lyrical ballads and artful dramas that runs deep in Indian culture. With its powerful voiceover,…Read More

Tobacco Ads Resource at wlf web site

I am writing to let you know that WLF has updated a powerful tool for tobacco control advocates in the battle against the world’s most preventable killer: tobacco use. Building on the work of its partner, the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung…Read More
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