As the number one cancer killer of women, lung cancer kills almost twice as many women as any other cancer. Yet, according to the American Lung Association's 2nd Annual Women's Lung Health Barometer — a survey of over 1,000 American adult women that measures women's awareness, knowledge and perceptions about lung cancer — this disease is not even on women's radar. In fact, when asked to identify cancers that affect women, only 1 percent of women cited lung cancer on a top-of-mind basis. Lung cancer diagnoses have more than doubled among all women in the past 35 years, but the Barometer revealed that only 35 percent of women are aware of this fact, including only 29 percent of African American women and 36 percent of Hispanic women.