- About LAM
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Want to ride for our small charity, run by volunteers, to fund vital research into LAM, a very rare lung condition, which only affects women?
Ride London-Surrey 100 is a fantastic 100 mile cycle ride starting at the Olympic Park and heading through the Surrey Hills area of outstanding natural beauty before finishing on the Mall. Ride for LAM Action and help find a cure for LAM, which affects approximately 350 women in the UK and 250,000 worldwide.
Date: Sunday 16th August 2020
Minimum sponsorship: £200
Fitness: able to cycle 100 miles in under 8 hours
To join Team LAM Action email firstname.lastname@example.org or call him on 01306 731466.
Individual riders are welcome or why not get your family, friends or colleagues together and enter as a team?
To sign up for a place please complete the application form here, save it to your local drive and then email back to David Mercer at the above email address.
LAM Action is the UK charity for those with Lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM), their families and doctors caring for them. LAM is a rare disease which occurs almost exclusively in women. The condition mainly affects the lungs which are progressively destroyed over a number of years. This leads to increasing breathlessness and lung collapse and can be fatal. Although clinical trials of promising treatments are in progress, there is no cure for LAM and for many patients lung transplantation is the only means of survival.