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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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Churee’s Story (Breast Cancer)

Churee

At 27, I was diagnosed with breast cancer, BRCA gene, HER2-positive, Stage 2. So I went through 8 rounds of aggressive chemotherapy and 35 rounds of radiation, a double radical mastectomy, 2 reconstruction surgeries, and a total hysterectomy in a year and a half’s time. Every doctor assured me it …

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Jeri’s Fight Like a Girl Story (Lung Cancer)

A year ago, when I started coughing nonstop, I never dreamed I’d be diagnosed with lung cancer. I thought I was having allergy problems. I went to my allergy doctor every couple of weeks getting inhalers, antibiotics, and taking breathing test, with no results. I couldn’t understand why I was …

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Johnsie’s Fight Like a Girl Story

It’s coming up on the 2nd anniversary of my mothers death, 2 days after my birthday! I truly believe that, even though she had health problems, that she died from a broken heart. Although, my parents had been divorced for 26 years, she still loved my Father! The thing is …

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