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  • Sandy H.

    Last year beginning of June 2018 on a hot summer day around 3 p.m I started not to feel well, like flu symptoms. I took a... Read more
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    Iʼm Sandy Spears, a life long resident of Georgia. In May 2019 I will celebrated my 40th wedding Anniversary. That is... Read more
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    My story is about the strongest and sweetest person I ever known, my mom. Read more
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    A few decades back, my grandmother, Adele, discovered that she had lung cancer. Read more
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    My Mom was diagnosed with stage IV ALK+ lung cancer in July 2014. Her first symptoms seemed like she had an upper... Read more
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    I was diagnosed with Stage 3A Non Small Cell Lung Cancer back in 2000. I got the news on Good Friday. To find out what... Read more
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    When I was about 7 years old, I remember my mom coming into the kitchen in tears, her mother and my Nana was just... Read more
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    In August 2018, I was driving down Rt 2 East, by Davis-Besse Power Plant in Oak Harbor, OH and saw a billboard that said... Read more
  • Jill O.

    I was in a car wreck 3 years ago with my husband and 90-year-old mother in the car. My husband was driving when I heard my... Read more
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    My 49-year-old husband smoke since he was 14. Tried to quit multiple times but got pulled back in. Two weeks ago, we found... Read more
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    My family is insanely close. We are lucky enough to genuinely enjoy each other's company. We look forward to holidays and... Read more
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    When I was 16 years old, my grandfather got extremely sick. He had been a smoker since he was 8 years old. He never had a... Read more
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