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Together, we're campaigning for better lung health.

1 in 5 people in the UK will live with a lung condition in their lives. Lung conditions are the UK’s third biggest killer and cost the NHS billions every year. Toxic air contributes to 43,000 deaths in the UK per year. 

We need to change this. For far too many people, this is life+breath. 

Join us as a campaigner and help us fight to fix respiratory care, invest in life-saving research into lung conditions and clean up the toxic air which is stunting the growth of our children's lungs. 

Together we are stronger. 

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Clean air campaigns

Air pollution is a health emergency. Across the UK it is at lethal levels and too little is being done to tackle it. Find out how you can help.
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What we stand for

We are fighting to transform lung health and make sure it gets the attention it deserves.
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Help us fix respiratory care today

Sign our petition urging the government to follow our three steps to fix respiratory care.

Find out how we support people in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland


Discover Asthma + Lung UK Scotland's mission to promote lung health and clean air. Explore our campaigns, advocacy and support for those with lung conditions in Scotland.


Learn how Asthma + Lung UK Cymru is advocating for cleaner air and improved lung health in Wales. Our efforts focus on reducing air pollution, enhancing asthma care and supporting those with lung conditions.

Northern Ireland

Find out how Asthma + Lung UK Northern Ireland is fighting for clean air and better lung health. Our campaigns aim to enhance asthma care, reduce air pollution and support rehabilitation for those with lung conditions.

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