NEWSLETTER July 2022

  I’d like to thank our members that joined us for the Annual General Meeting. I would like to thank our outgoing committee members for their support and commitment over the years, it is much appreciated and, to welcome our new members and thank them for volunteering to help us to support our members. Our

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Annual General Meeting 2022

“At the Annual General Meeting held on 26 June, 2022 the motion to move to accept the minutes of the previous AGM, the President’s Report and the Treasurer’s Report were approved and seconded. A copy of these reports is attached. If anyone would like the full financial reports as at 31 December 2021, which have

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NEWSLETTER for April 2022

  I’d like to thank everyone who joined us for the Rare Disease Day Panel discussion on Living with LAM. We had a great turnout of attendees and our panel members – Prof. Brian Oliver, Dr Deborah Yates and Ana Paula Ruiz, were just amazing. To have taken the time to join us, present and be

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Happiness Journal

Journaling is an intentional way to help you slow down, check in with yourself and practice mindfulness & gratitude. Here is a Happiness Journal outline (created by Corrine Tye-Lim).  

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Oral COVID-19 medicines

Oral medicines to treat COVID-19 are now available in Australia. What are they? The medicines are called Lagevrio and Paxlovid. They are the first oral medicines that can treat COVID-19. Oral medicines are ones you put in your mouth, like tablets or capsules. This means you can take these medicines at home rather than needing to

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LAM Foundation Newsletter

From Sue Sherman, Executive Director & CEO On February 28, The LAM community will mobilize to raise awareness of lymphangioleiomymatosis – one of more than 7,000 rare diseases affecting 300 million people globally. More than 90% of these diseases have no form of treatment. Here is where The LAM Foundation has made a difference. By

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Rare Disease Day – Free Webinar

  Rare Disease Day raises awareness and generates change for those living with a rare disease, their families, and friends. Lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM) is a rare lung disease affecting mainly women and there is no cure. On Rare Disease Day we are hosting a panel discussion on LAM to raise awareness and to provide an opportunity

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