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My Lung Cancer Story

I am 37. I am healthy, workout daily, eat well, take supplements and have never smoked a cigarette in my life.

On August 17th, I received the news that will change my life forever. A tumor. A mass. Cancer. In my lungs and spreading. Stage IV. I am now the <1% statistic. This is not supposed to happen yet it is. I am now fighting for my life. My husband, my daughter, my parents, my entire family and friends, will be affected by this forever — but I will fight and I WILL WIN! And, I am in the best care possible at Johns Hopkins University along with some amazing spiritual mind, body and soul support to help me on my health restoration journey.

I know the power that positive thinking can do, and what it can heal. Please do not feel sorry for me or sad - rather will me the strength to show this disease what I’m made of. That I’m a fighter, a warrior with relentless, unwavering willpower. I WILL CONQUER 😉

And, help me raise awareness that lung cancer doesn’t just happen to those who smoke. That more research, screenings and awareness needs to happen NOW to save lives and better understand this escalating genetic mutation that is affecting so many women. This disease is one of the fastest growing in non-smoking females under 50. This is our lifetime to make a difference!!! Join me in this fight!

 

Check out my recent features: 

LUNGevity: Mindset Matters

LUNGevity: Spotlight

A Bridge to Wholeness Podcast (COMING SOON!)

 

Read More About My Personal Health Restoration Journey

Mindset Matters

Doctors & Miracle Medicine

Alternative Care: A Holistic Approach

Nutrition Matters! Winning with the Plant Paradox approach

Setting Short-term Goals

 

And for those of you wondering exactly what type of lung cancer and what my treatment looks like here are a few helpful links:
What is Lung Cancer?
EGFR Explained
Targeted Treatments for NSCLC

Some additional organizations who have done wonders for this disease:
Lungevity
EGFResisters