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LAM Action

LAM is a rare, progressive disorder of the lungs and lymphatic system, generally diagnosed in women of childbearing age. Here, patients with LAM and their families talk about their personal experience of the disease.

In order to record and upload your story here, please register with Web of Stories and contact Gill or Jan for
  an Access Code.
Once you have registered and have an access code please go to the LAM Action minisite and follow the
  online instructions to upload your story.

Gill Hollis.
Gill Hollis, Chair of LAM Action, explains the benefits of sharing patient experience of...
Carole Ann Grist.
Clare Lauwerys.
Dealing with LAM and... carrying the Olympic torch
Julie Mullins.
An account of living with the rare lung condition Lymphangioleiomyomatosis.
Kelly Vance.
Coping with LAM-related tumours and the effects of slow progression of the disease
Annie Sekowski.
Struggling with breathlessness and trying out oxyspecs
Gill Hollis.
Gill Hollis has lived with the rare lung disease, LAM, for over 20 years. In 2004 she had...
Grazyna Beata.
Being diagnosed with LAM and the immediate consequences of this
Lucy Falconer.
Lucy talks about her LAM experience from 2006 to the present
Lucy Falconer.
Initial symptoms and LAM diagnosis, gradual deterioration, chest infections