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  • Wendy Jackson

    Wendy Jackson

    By: FreeToBreathe

    March 12 2012

    Wendy Jackson is a singer who was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2010. Today, after having surgery to remove her left lung, Wendy is working to come to terms with her diagnosis and sing once again.

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  • A Family Says Goodbye

    A Family Says Goodbye

    By: FreeToBreathe

    March 09 2012

    In this story, a brother and two sisters cope with the passing of their mother and find the strength to keep living.

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  • “Live Your Life!” The Story of Katie Lucas and Her Mother

    By: FreeToBreathe

    March 09 2012

    Katie Lucas' mother meant the world to her. When she was diagnosed with lung cancer, Katie was devastated. This is the story of how Katie and her mother turned the pain of lung cancer into the best year of their lives together.

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  • “Don’t Take Life For Granted”

    By: FreeToBreathe

    January 26 2012

    Wendy Anzalone always thought of her father as Superman. Now, after his diagnosis with lung cancer, Wendy's family is learning difficult but important lessons. Each day is precious, no one is promised a tomorrow and, as her father says, it's important to "live, love and laugh."

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  • “I Push For That Day”

    By: FreeToBreathe

    January 26 2012

    In this Story of Strength, lung cancer survivor Jill balances the hope of being cancer-free for two years against the constant challenges and limitations of being a survivor.

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  • Less Than 2% Club

    By: FreeToBreathe

    January 15 2012

    "Now here is the result of all these treatments and faith. I have at the moment no cancer active in my body, thank God. First time in four years."

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  • Advocating For a Cure, Seven Years After Diagnosis

    Advocating For a Cure, Seven Years After Diagnosis

    By: FreeToBreathe

    January 11 2012

    When Louanne Cummings, a long-distance runner, was diagnosed with lung cancer, she was shocked. But seven years later, after a lobectomy and chemotherapy, Louanne is cancer-free, and a dedicated advocate for lung cancer education and research.

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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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