A Breakthrough in Lung Cancer Treatment

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Lung Cancer is by far the leading cause of cancer deaths among men and women, claiming more lives than breast, colon and prostate cancers combined. But, there is a stigma associated with lung cancer – that only those who smoke will get the disease, so in some way they are responsible for their illness. The truth is that 65 percent of lung cancer patients either never smoked or quit smoking years ago.

Dr. Christine Lovly and Linnea Olson, a lung cancer patient, join us to discuss treatment breakthroughs in the battle against lung cancer and how the Lung Cancer Foundation of America is working to fund life-saving research.


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