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Joyous Victory: Lung Cancer Survivor Finds Her Niche, Gives Back to Help Others

Written by Eunice Nishimura My journey started innocently enough as a neck strain I received while playing with my daughter’s golden retriever in October 2010. As the year ended, the discomfort had increased, and I sought out my physician in January 2011. He set up appointments for MRI and MRA [...]

Created by Hoyt Finnamore

A good team on her side

Jane Fausel has always believed in taking care of her health. She loves working in the earth at her north-central Phoenix home, does water aerobics and Chinese breathing exercises, has never smoked. So she was shocked by the diagnosis she received in January 2007. "Around Christmas, I started coughing severely," [...]

Created by Margaret Shepard

You can't hit a moving target

Earlene Taylor is always looking for a new adventure. Whether it's hiking the Andes, bicycling through Vietnam or climbing to base camp on Mount Everest, she's been there, done that, and is ready for more. Not even cancer can slow her down. For Earlene, cancer first reared its ugly head [...]

Created by Margaret Shepard

International Praise for Mayo Clinic's Nicotine Dependence Center

Meet Mr. Hussein Hatata, lung cancer survivor, who praises the Mayo Clinic Nicotine Dependency Center for helping him to quit smoking. Related Diseases Lung Cancer Related Departments Mayo Clinic Nicotine Dependency Center

Created by Makala Johnson