September 11, 2013
I was involved with Lungevity as a supporter of a local event 2 years ago. Little did I know I would be diagnosed with Lung Cancer and all the emotions and questions that come with it. Lungevity has been an essential tool for me and my family to help us navigate the confusion and questions of a disease that has few research dollars yet kills more people. The stigma of lung cancer for a person who never smoked is unreal. I was embarrassed to disclose my diagnosis. Lungevity has helped me deal with everything - and given me a voice to be an advocate and help others. They are an important lifeline.
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not change a thing. I think they are on the right track and have a great mission statement and staff to complete their 'awesomeness'.
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