By Donna Fernandez - March 13, 2018
I find myself so frustrated when I try to organize a team or raise money in support of lung cancer research. My own brother doesn’t support my efforts, why should I really... READ MORE

By Lysa Buonanno - March 9, 2018
For those of you that had chemo, you get it. ‘Chemo brain‘ is an umbrella term used to describe the effects chemotherapy and other medications have on the brain. It affects 17-75 %... READ MORE

By Karen Loss - March 7, 2018
Another writer posted this thought recently in reference to lung cancer and its public awareness. “We are being recognized!” She proceeded to give some examples of various conferences focusing on lung cancer,... READ MORE

By Jennifer M. Toth - March 5, 2018
I remember that day as if it were yesterday. Getting a call from my physician, not his nurse, telling me to come in as soon as possible. I had an appointment the next day... READ MORE

By Dusty Donaldson - February 25, 2018
In a word, yes. Virtually every adult needs a written will. How much more when someone is living with a lung cancer diagnosis? There are many reasons to have a will. Below... READ MORE

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