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I'm LYNN F C., and I'm a survivor of Lung Cancer
I was diagnosed 1 year ago. I have stage IV, but has also not spread outside the lungs. My treatment was chemo, with follow up scans after the third and sixth treatments. I had some shrinking of tumors on the first scan. The 2nd scan showed no change. But, the positive was, it didn’t spread. Chemo was a little harder recover with each one. But after the last session, I felt great! I did change…   Read more…

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