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  • Phyllis S.

    I was given a CAT scan on all my organs by a new doctor. I had lost my sense of smell so a brain scan was the reason this... Read more
  • Susan C.

    My story is a little different. I had JRA as a toddler which maimed both hips, so at 35 I had my first hip replacements.... Read more
  • Bradley C.

    This month, in the year 2019, marks my 31st anniversary of when I was first diagnosed with a stage one COPD. Wow! That is... Read more
  • Don G.

    In April 2016, I had my first low dose CT scan. My primary care doctor thought they saw something. A month later I had my... Read more
  • Gregory M.

    In July 2018, I celebrated my 70th birthday by running my first half marathon in Missoula, Montana. In the ensuing months,... Read more
  • Nancy L.

    This is story is not about me but my mother and I call her story Joan’s Journey. My mom passed of complications from lung... Read more
  • Barbara T.

    It has been two years, and I have just had my third CAT scan. Two years ago they found a nodule in my left lung so now I... Read more
  • Linda P.

    My sister-in-law was screened, they detected cancer. They removed it and she did not have to have any radiation or chemo,... Read more
  • Jacquelyn B.

    I went to my regular physician for my annual check up. My weight was fine with no loss or gain, no hypertension, blood... Read more
  • Cori D.

    At the end of October 2018, I went to my G.P. for my six month check up for my cholesterol screening. My doctor suggested... Read more
  • Gayne B.

    I grew up in Southern California, in the 50's, and remember taking deep breaths, and it would hurt. Thirty years later,... Read more

  • Elsie "Gaylene" G.

    As a child I was sick a lot and was diagnosed with asthmatic bronchitis with bronchial pneumonia over and over again. I... Read more
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