Share your story
Sharing your story is a compelling and inspiring way for you to help others learn how to cope with their diagnosis and understand they are not alone. Your story may also encourage people to identify and act on symptoms they are experiencing, which may otherwise have been ignored.
These stories also help us in our advocacy efforts calling for better access to medicines that will help people with PAH to live their best life.
Pictured: Cobey, who lives with PAH, has shared her story to help others. Read her story and the stories of others living with PAH here.
Reach out for support
If you or your loved one is living with PAH, we want you to know you’re not alone and there is support available to help you and your family.
PAH is a very complex disease so you may find the medical information confusing or difficult to understand at times. Lung Foundation Australia has developed resources in collaboration with healthcare professionals to help you understand more about PAH, how to manage your condition and help you to live better with your lung disease.
Our Information and Support Centre team are here to assist you with resources, provide general information and referral to support services. This free and confidential service is available Monday to Friday 8am – 4.30pm (AEST). Call 1800 654 301 or email us below.
We are working to break down the stigma associated with lung disease and raise awareness about the symptoms, prevalence and impact of lung diseases such as Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension. There are many ways you can support us make a difference.
Donate – Every donation counts towards funding life-changing research and programs to reduce the prevalence of lung disease and improve support and care for all Australians.
Spread the word – Download and share our social media collateral to help spread the word about World Pulmonary Hypertension Awareness Day and encourage people living with Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension to reach out for support and to share their story.
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