My inspiration comes from a network of friends family and many prayer warriors in my corner. The outpouring of hope and strength coming my way was incredible and I am forever grateful. Also a book that a friend of the family wrote regarding her journey with an...
Imagine whatever you did yesterday, an uneventful, normal day of life’s routine. But your last appointment of the day was for a nagging backache, and you were happy to finally see a doctor and get relief. Now imagine the Doctor tells you that nagging backache is a...
On August 22, 2022 I was just loving life. I was 63 years old and my husband, Bill and I had just returned from a 21 day vacation in Italy.
I was diagnosed with Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer, Stage IV B, five years ago.
After initially being diagnosed with pneumonia, I was shocked to learn at age 39 that I had stage 4b NSCLC. I was diagnosed in February 2022.
“To know Jenn is to love her,” said Jenn Bohlander’s friend Colleen Pirozzi. From traveling to Antarctica twice in her role as Scientific Programmer at University of Colorado Boulder and receiving the Congressional Antarctic Service Medal for her work there, to completing several marathons and a triathlon, Jenn’s list of accomplishments is notable.
I am a Lung Cancer survivor. On January 8, 2017 I had chest pains. These weren’t new but they were different and actually I had been having intermittent chest pains but they always went away. This time seemed different, and my daughter insisted that I go to the ER.
My name is Barbara and I am a 43-year-old two-time cancer survivor. I have lost 4 family members to lung cancer over a 10-year period starting at age 27, including my dad, uncle, grandmother and my mother. I was also the caregiver for both of my parents.
There was no warning. On that March 2021 day, one moment, Surgery Physician Assistant Elissa Doty was pulling up patient files, and the next, she collapsed on the ground. Her heart stopped. Three times.
On October 24th of 2018, I was diagnosed with non-small cell lung cancer adenocarcinoma stage-3A. I had the classic symptoms for an apical (pancoast) lung tumor for nearly a year. During this time, I had pain in my upper chest just above my breast, pain under my...