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jennifer windrum
jennifer windrum • 2 years ago

Dr. David Gerber, a medical oncologist, calls it epidemic. "It's probably over 15% of lung cancer cases," said Dr. Gerber, "And when you figure that there are over 200-thousand cases a year of lung cancer diagnosed in the United States, that's over 30,000 cases of never smoker lung cancer."

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STOP for one minute. Just one. This message impacts YOU. 31 year-old Brandon Hora died of lung cancer. No, he didn't smoke. ANYONE can get lung cancer. It's time the attention and funding is equal opp. Beyond time. This is completely unacceptable. We are talking about PEOPLE HERE. Even though lung cancer is the #1 cancer killer of both men and women - it's still the LEAST funded, yes due to the stigma. No one can say "not me." No one. Stop the blame game. Stop the stigma. Help create change.

160,000 Americans will die of lung cancer this year. That's like a jumbo jet falling out of the sky every day for a year.

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