I met a woman not too long ago who had two young children and has been diagnosed with lung cancer.
She was a small woman who lived in a quaint town that unfortunately was being taken over by heroine addicts but that’s not really what I want to talk about.
I want to talk about how some people who are diagnosed with lung cancer can die before the cancer kills them and how it can cause their loved ones to suffer even longer than they are probably even aware of.
This particular mother, I’ll call her Rebecca, was an avid smoker. So I suppose it’s not a surprise that she got lung cancer.Read More