seeking a mature woman with expertise in marketing and public relations
to fill the position of Director of Communication. This committed,
motivated and enthusiastic person will be responsible for contacting
the media, writing press releases, arranging interviews, and marketing
and promoting the events, programs and activities of the Foundation.
Interested individuals should send a letter of interest and resume'
to: The Bettie R. May Foundation for Small Cell Lung Cancer, P.
O. Box 2515, Southfield, MI 48076, attention: Dr. Pamela May.
Small Cell Lung Cancer Information
Does someone you know have small cell lung cancer? Do you know what
it is and how it can affect your loved one? The National Cancer Institute
wants you to know that
Bettie R. May Foundation helps make small cell lung cancer patients
comfortable and at peace. We want to help find a cure for small
are some somber facts about lung cancer that warrant repeating:
the last 20 years lung cancer has increased in women while it
has decreased in men.
2001 Report of the Lung Cancer Progress Review Group (to the
NCI) warned that lung cancer research funding was far below the
levels of other cancers and was "far out of proportion to
its massive public health impact."
2007 Surgeon General Report warned that secondhand smoke is a
major health hazard.
30 seconds someone dies from lung cancer.
Bettie R. May Foundation for Small Cell Lung Cancer is seeking
to help with upcoming events. For more information, visit our Volunteer page
and/or contact Pamela May at (248) 496-9145 or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.