Find out more about LAM
Learn more about lymphangioleiomyomatosis. We give an overview of LAM, its symptoms and how it is diagnosed and treated.
Find out what help is available
As someone new to LAM, you have probably never known anyone with LAM or even heard of this rare disease. One of our primary aims is to provide support and information to those with LAM and their families.
Harriet has only recently discovered that she has LAM and talks frankly about the experiences that led up to her diagnosis and how a visit to a LAM Action meeting helped her to come to terms with the disease.
LAM Action celebrated 25 years with a really positive virtual meeting on 11th June 2022. The 3 hour event included a history of LAM from Prof Anne Tattersfield OBE, research updates from Prof Simon Johnson and Dr Debbie Clements, a tour of the Nottingham research lab, messages from LAM Groups around the world and the Lucy Falconer Talk was...
With huge thanks to Gill Hollis, Professor Simon Johnson and Professor Emeritus Anne Tattersfield, we have updated our factsheet on LAM. Please click here to read or download a copy.
How can you help us?
LAM Action is entirely self-supporting and run almost entirely by volunteers. In this section you will learn about the many ways in which you can get involved.