When the simple act of taking a breath is no longer simple, the specialists at the Lung Center are here for you. The Lung Center at Brigham Health is the only truly integrated center that combines the expertise of pulmonologists and thoracic surgeons, working together to provide seamless, personalized care for our patients. From asthma to emphysema to lung transplants, The Lung Center has seen, researched and treated virtually every lung condition from the common to the complex. With highly sub-specialized care across 36 clinical programs, we are ready to fight for your ability to take one breath after another.

Brigham and Women's Hospital is closely monitoring the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Our top priorities are the health and safety of our patients and staff. Our team of health care providers and support staff has been taking every precaution to ensure we provide all our patients with the highest quality care while protecting them, their families and hospital staff. Learn more.

Thoracic Oncology
The first of its kind in the U.S., our thoracic cancer program provides advanced care in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancers of the lung, chest wall, and esophagus.


Respiratory Failure and End-Stage Lung Disease Programs
We provide restorative, resuscitative and advanced interventional therapies for patients with severe respiratory failure and end-stage lung disease.
Airway and Breathing Disorder Programs
Our multi-disciplinary team provides specialized care for airway diseases and disorders of the chest wall and diaphragm.


Esophageal Disorder Programs
Our world-renowned team is at the forefront of new therapies and treatments for a wide range of esophageal disorders.

Infectious and Immunologic Disorders Programs
A multidisciplinary team of specialists working together to clarify diagnoses and provide optimal treatments for a range of challenging infectious or immunologic diseases.

 
Cindy's Story: The will to get a second chance
Cindy's journey began in 2007, when at age 54 she began to experience repeated shortness of breath upon exertion. Walking uphill became almost impossible. As a longtime ICU nurse at a local hospital who prided herself on an active lifestyle, she was immediately concerned by her symptoms. 

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