Dedicated Care, Compassionate Specialists

More people die from lung cancer than any other type of cancer. At Johns Hopkins, our goal is to reduce that number every year, working toward a day when no one will die from lung cancer.

At the Lung Cancer Program, we focus on preventing, screening for, diagnosing and treating lung cancer in ways that give our patients the best possible prognosis.

Appointment Locations

The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center has locations in Baltimore and Washington, D.C.

Battling Lung Cancer with Immunotherapy

Watch John Ryan and his doctor Julie Brahmer, M.D. discuss the hope of immunotherapy for people with squamous-non-small cell lung cancer.

Support Groups and Resources

Lung Cancer Support Group

2nd Thursday every month 5:30-7:00 pm

  • January 11: Thoracic Surgery
  • February 8: Spiritual Care
  • March 14: Pharmacy Updates
  • April 11: Exercise and Relaxation
  • May 9: Advance Practice Providers
  • June 13: Pulmonary Rehab

For more information & RSVP Tony Forte, LMSW

Join Zoom Meeting:

Illustration of human lungs painted with vivid water colors.

The following list is provided by the Living with Cancer Resource Program of the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center. Please call (410) 614-1308 for more information about this program and upcoming events.