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  1. Dave M.
    Description: Former military and awarded-winning weight lifter Dave Miller was a Pennsylvania Train Master when he started to experience some fatigue and weight loss. He thought it was from stress at work.
  2. Senita H.
    Description: As a young girl, I remember sitting on the sofa sandwiched between my eldest uncle and my younger uncle. What was most striking about that memory, was that I did not understand "asthma" or why each of them was restricted from participating in outdoor activities, and rather sentenced to the sofa and an inhaler that they each were holding up to their mouths.
  3. Sandy B.
    Description: I have always lived what we considered a clean lifestyle. Working out, watching our weight, eating good food and working hard. We had very few vices that you would associate with contracting lung cancer.
  4. Susan S.
    Description: I am a life-long asthma sufferer and have been diagnosed with my share of respiratory infections. I was diagnosed with yet another respiratory infection in October of 2006.
  5. Kathy L.
    Description: I smoked a pack of cigarettes a day for 32 years. My husband was a smoker,too, so I figured why quit when I would just be breathing in his second hand smoke. He died in 2007. It wasn't cancer related.
  6. Marjorie L.
    Description: My husband insisted I get a chest x-ray (which the doctor didn't think I needed) because even though I was getting over the flu, he said my cough sounded different. That led to a CT scan, which led to a biopsy, and a diagnosis of lung cancer at age 55.
  7. Cassie M.
    Description: My name is Cassie Menn. When I was 35, my mother passed away from lung cancer. My mom, Susan, was my best friend. She worked at MD Anderson and was a marathon runner.
  8. Allison M.
  9. Joe V.
  10. Maria R.
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