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  • Never Lose Hope, by Anne Hansen

    By: FreeToBreathe

    November 30 2011

    We were not about to let cancer take over his life and neither was he. We gave him all the support, hope and will to live. We truly believe that the biggest part of fighting cancer is mental. Its a will to live and not give up.

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  • Cindy Lyke - 22 Year Survivor

    By: FreeToBreathe

    November 28 2011

    I have seen my children become adults, marry, and start their families. I am enjoying life and my three delightful grandchildren...In 2010 I saw the ad for the “Free to Breathe” walk and joined the walk for the first time. I am very grateful there is now an organization to help and support those suffering from this horrible disease. Through the years, I have tried to offer support, comfort, and hope to other patients and will continue to try and do this.

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  • “We have chosen to live each day with hope and great joy”: Sara Whitlock

    “We have chosen to live each day with hope and great joy”: Sara Whitlock

    By: FreeToBreathe

    November 10 2011

    I am humbled to say that we have been given strength beyond our greatest hopes. My marriage and my children are thriving and we remain realistically optimistic. There are moments of sadness, sometimes they overwhelm us. But we refuse to let cancer rule our lives. We have chosen to live each day with hope and great joy. This, above all else, is my source of strength.

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  • Raising Awareness for his Mother - Eric Dunevant and Debi Walsh

    Raising Awareness for his Mother - Eric Dunevant and Debi Walsh

    By: FreeToBreathe

    November 07 2011

    When my mother got lung cancer I didn’t really know what it was, I was only 3 years old. All I knew was that it was kind of weird knowing that she could have died so easily. Now it’s been eight years since she got it. Her one dream was for her to live long enough for me to have graduated fifth grade and she has so far exceeded that dream, but even now it’s scary to know that she could get cancer again at any moment.

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  • “God is not Our Marionette Puppet”: Ann Ross’ Story

    “God is not Our Marionette Puppet”: Ann Ross’ Story

    By: FreeToBreathe

    November 04 2011

    I don't know how long to make this story as I have had so many challenges and blessings in the past 21 years, but I was diagnosed with stage 3b lung cancer in 1990 and am a survivor.

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  • Finding the Strength to Survive - Elayne Klein’s Story

    Finding the Strength to Survive - Elayne Klein’s Story

    By: FreeToBreathe

    November 02 2011

    "When I was first diagnosed, I felt a sense of dread and loneliness in facing this illness. But, along the way I discovered many ways to empower myself and support my recovery."

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  • Charmaine Atkenson’s Story of Faith and Hope

    Charmaine Atkenson’s Story of Faith and Hope

    By: FreeToBreathe

    November 01 2011

    "I believe in dreaming impossible dreams and in my life, I'm realizing impossible dreams."

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  • Libby Fishman

    By: FreeToBreathe

    October 18 2011

    I learned that you should never be shy about asking everything you need to know and that being mentally positive is very important.

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  • Esther Rosenblatt’s Story of Strength

    By: FreeToBreathe

    October 17 2011

    After her lung cancer diagnosis eight years ago, Esther was told that there was little she could do. Drawing on her positive outlook, Esther sought a second opinion and found a medical team who believes in her survival.

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  • Mom’s Cancer

    Mom’s Cancer

    By: FreeToBreathe

    October 13 2011

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