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.
Jo was diagnosed with LAM in 2017, in her early fifties. She maintains an active lifestyle and is cared for by the team at the National Centre for LAM, in Nottingham.
Sally was diagnosed with LAM when she was in her early fifties. Now in her sixties, she remains active, riding horses and working around her farm.
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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.