Donation of a CPAP machine to Lung Foundation of Malaysia

Joint Statement on the New WHO Air Quality Guidelines

Malaysia Home Without Smoking Environment (MyHOUSE)

Donation Drive to Supply Oxygen Concentrators to Ministry of Health COVID-19 Treatment and Quarantine Centres

World Lung Day 2021

Donation of High Flow Nasal Cannula and Consumables

Booking of MTS Meeting Rooms

MTS Travel Grants​

Air pollution and hypersensitivity pneumonitis in urban cities​​

Unproven Stem Cell Treatments for Lung Disease— An Emerging Public Health Problem

Statement on Unproven Stem Cell Interventions for Lung Diseases (July 2016)

The August issue of the Annals of the American Thoracic Society Journal

The statement that the MTS had endorsed is here

MTS Travel Grant for Overseas Conferences
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Resolution passed at APLCC 2014
We, the participants of Asia Pacific Lung Cancer Conference, held on 6 – 8 November 2014 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Recognize that:
1) Tobacco is a key risk factor for lung cancer claiming about 1.6 million lives globally every year (GLOBOCAN 2012). 
2) Complete implementation of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) is the most effective way forward for prevention of lung cancer.
3) Tobacco industry interference is the major threat for effective implementation of the WHO FCTC. 
4) Trade and investment agreements are increasingly being used by the tobacco industry to undermine tobacco control strategies including challenging the sovereign right of governments to protect public health.
Recommend that:
1) The APLCC supports full implementation on the WHO FCTC especially in all countries that are party to this treaty.
2) Eliminate tobacco industry interference at all levels of tobacco control strategy implementation. 
3) Tobacco products should be explicitly excluded from future internation, regional and bilateral trade and investment agreements.