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Cause: Lung Cancer

Do You Live Longer if You Stop Smoking With Lung Cancer?

Few people want to hear the news that they have lung cancer. The startling statistics are that one out of every fourteen people will be diagnosed with lung cancer at some point in their life. Not surprisingly, smoking plays a role in many cases of lung cancer and some people diagnosed with this disease think it’s too late to quit after they’re found to have cancer - but this isn't necessarily the case.

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Denise’s Story (Lung Cancer)

My name is Denise. When I was 53 years old, I was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer of the right lung. It was November 7, 2014. I had a malignant pleural effusion (MPE) that was found after months of symptoms and doctors appointments. The fluid contained malignant cells—non-small cell …

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Jennifer’s Story (Lung Cancer)

I call my experience “My Unexpected Journey.” My writings of love, family and a cancer diagnosis. Sharing My Journey of Lung Cancer, Surgery and Chemotherapy. The good days and the bad. Taking a step back and looking at the big picture with the love of family and friends. In January …

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Katelyn’s Story (Lung Cancer)

My grandmother finished her last round of chemotherapy on my grandpa’s birthday, May 12, 2014. I can’t think of a better birthday gift she could have given to her husband of over 30 years. My grandma has lung cancer, and she is winning the fight. Her tumor is shrinking. The …

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