JTV® Supports the Respiratory Health Association®

JTV is proud to support Respiratory Health Association’s “Catch Your Breath” campaign. Throughout the month of February, we’ll raise awareness and funds for women’s lung research and programs.

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Due to regulatory restrictions, we regret that we are unable to accept donations from residents of Alabama and the District of Columbia. Residents of Alabama and the District of Columbia are encouraged to contribute online by visiting womenslunghealth.org.


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For every item from the Catch Your Breath collection sold in February, JTV will donate 50% of the selling price to Respiratory Health Association.

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A public health leader since 1906, Respiratory Health Association® is devoted to its mission of preventing lung disease (asthma, COPD, lung cancer), promoting clean air and helping people live better lives through education, research and policy change.

The Catch Your Breath® campaign raises funding for research and programs to better understand lung disease and improve treatments.  In addition, it increases awareness by educating the public and medical professionals about the disproportionate effects of lung disease on women.

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One in six US women lives with lung disease. Millions more will be diagnosed.

Nearly 21 million women in the U.S. live with some form of chronic lung disease, and millions more will be diagnosed.  That’s why JTV® proudly supports Respiratory Health Association®.  Throughout the month of February, we’re raising awareness and funds for women’s lung health research and programs through its Catch Your Breath® campaign.

Catch Your Breath Sponsors

The Catch Your Breath campaign is sponsored by Pulmonx, makers of the Zephyr Valve, the first minimally invasive option to treat emphysema/COPD. The Zephyr Valve helps patients breathe easier without the risk of major surgery. Placed by bronchoscopy with no incision required, the Zephyr Valve helps patients breathe easier by blocking off the most diseased section of the lung which allows the healthier parts of the lung to function better. This results in patients being able to breathe more easily, experience less shortness of breath and have a better quality of life. More than 20,000 patients with emphysema/COPD around the world have been treated with Zephyr Valves. Learn more at MyLungsMyLife.com/JTV.