LAH was part of a successful MSFHR Convening & Collaborating (C2) Program grant application for the AIRWISE study. LAH scientists Dr. Sonya Cressman at Simon Fraser University and Dr. Renelle Myers, both from the BC Cancer Research Institute, will work with a team of researchers, knowledge users, and community partners from across BC – including many from the LAH Scientific Team. They will use a lung cancer risk prediction model, health risk decision tools, and other information such as radon level maps to share targeted information about lung health risks. Anyone can then use the information to prevent and manage their risks through lung cancer screening, pulmonary rehab services, smoking cessation programs, and radon test kits. Congratulations Sonya!