LUNG FORCE Heroes
Why We Fight…
Our LUNG FORCE Heroes inspire, encourage and empower us to raise our voices for lung health. Read about their personal experiences with lung disease, and become a LUNG FORCE Hero by sharing your story.
My name is Rachael. I define myself by being a strong mother, wife, military service member and career woman. I was a...Read more
My name is Carol Taylor. In October 1979 my dad lost his battle with lung cancer. As a young woman, I was in a place in my...Read more
My story began in March of 2016. Durning routine physical, suspicion led to an immediate mammogram, ultrasound and a...Read more
I live with a chronic lung disease called asthma. I have been an asthmatic my entire life but asthma does not define me;...Read more
My friend Gayle was a strong, energetic, in control woman who didn't take nonsense from anyone and was struck by lung...Read more
I am a 49 years old and a two time breast cancer survivor. In April 2017 my pet scan revealed a nodule in my left upper lobe.Read more
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