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I became a lung cancer advocate at the time of my own diagnosis. Like many, I didn’t know much about lung cancer until I was told I have stage IV lung cancer. I wanted lung cancer to be on everyone’s radar. I started, and have never stopped, sharing lung cancer information and risk factors.

I hit my social media hard during LCAM. It’s the easiest platform for me to reach as many people as possible. Many individuals and organizations post important lung cancer facts and stories. I repost and share the information with my followers, fellow lung cancer patients and survivors, family and friends. #LCAM #LCSM

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