` Lung Foundation of Malaysia - LFM

    Your donation will enable us to extend a helping
    hand to patients with lung diseases.
    LFM depends on the generosity of the public and corporations, as
    well as concerned individuals, to fund its programmes and activities.

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News & Activities

Appreciation for Contributions and Artwork Sale Continuation - Lung Foundation of Malaysia Art for Charity

The Lung Foundation of Malaysia extends its profound appreciation to the individuals and companies who have generously contributed by buying the artworks through LFM Art for Charity.

As we continue to offer the remaining artworks, the catalogue is available below. If you are interested in acquiring any of these pieces, please reach out to us via email at: lungfoundation@gmail.com

LFM extends its heartfelt gratitude to the esteemed donors and dedicated supporters of our Art for Charity 2023 initiative. Your generous contributions and unwavering support will contribute to enhancing the quality of life for children afflicted with lung disease.

Clinical Research Malaysia (CRM) is now enrolling Clinical Trial for patient that is newly diagnosed with Upper Tract Respiratory Infection. If you are interested, please contact the details as per poster above.

For other clinical trials or to be a healthy volunteer, follow this link Condition - Clinical Research Malaysia for registration. Don't miss the chance to participate in groundbreaking research – your opportunity to contribute to advancements in healthcare awaits!

Donation Drive to supply Oxygen Concentrator to ministry of health COVID-19 Treatment centers is now CLOSED!

The Lung Foundation of Malaysia would like to thank all donors who have generously contributed towards the donation drive to supply Oxygen Concentrators to the Ministry of Health Quarantine and Treatment Centres. As of 27th July 2021, we have contributed 64 Oxygen Concentrators with consumables to MAEPS Quarantine and Treatment Centre in Selangor. Another 10 oxygen concentrators were donated to the Kota Bharu Quarantine and Treatment Centre in Kelantan. In addition, a total of 30 oxygen concentrators, 86 Oxygen twinhead flowmeters, 6 units of palm pulse oximeters and 110 units of fingertip oximeters have been donated to 9 Ministry of Health Hospitals in Johor (2 hospitals), Selangor (2 hospitals), Perak, Kelantan, Kedah, Sarawak, Melaka, Penang and Labuan. Another 2 oxygen concentrators are earmarked for donation to Kuching Hospital in Sarawak

List of Donors Donation Drive

List of donors

World COPD Day
LFM Raya 2013

Education Material


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