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Jackie Archer is Changing the Face of Lung Cancer

Tuesday, August 2, 2005, at the age of 40 years and in seemingly excellent health, an evening commuter came crashing into my SUV. I quickly phoned 911. Within moments there were lights and sirens coming from every direction.read more ❯

Jessica Rice is Changing the Face of Lung Cancer

Jessica Rice was diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer at age 30 in November of 2011. She has never smoked. She does not have a family history. Nothing ‘caused’ her cancer. Prior to her diagnoses she was an established project … read more ❯

Jill Feldman is Changing the Face of Lung Cancer

When I was 13, two of my grandparents died from lung cancer within weeks of diagnosis and within weeks of each other. Then, just six months later, my dad was diagnosed with lung cancer and he died three months later … read more ❯

Joe Newcomb is Changing the Face of Lung Cancer

LANDOVER, Md. (WJLA) – Smiling and surrounded by his family at the Redskins game on Sunday, you’d never know Marine Corps Major Joe Newcomb is fighting for his life. Continue reading “It’s been hell, it really has,” he describes. “It’s … read more ❯



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