The ‘Ross-Wonders’, Cancer’s New Superheroes


You’ve likely never heard the story of how three young women, who call themselves “ROS1ders” from a rare form of lung cancer they share, may be turning the nation’s 46-year-old war on cancer on its head. The women were diagnosed with a gene mutation called a ROS1 fusion. Read more here

Profiles in Lung Cancer — Day 15, Dr. Lucy Kalanithi


PROFILES IN LUNG CANCER – DAY 15 Lung Cancer Awareness Month 2015 Dr. Lucy Kalanithi, Lung cancer advocate and former caregiver “Lung cancer happened to Paul, but it’s something we did together.” Twitter handle:@rocketgirlmd Who are you? — I am Paul Kalanithi’s widow, I’m a doctor, and I’m Cady’s mom. My husband was Paul Kalanithi, … Continue reading Profiles in Lung Cancer — Day 15, Dr. Lucy Kalanithi

Profiles in Lung Cancer – Day 14: Anne-Marie Baird, PhD “Lung cancer can affect anyone, anywhere”


PROFILES IN LUNG CANCER – DAY 14 Lung Cancer Awareness Month 2015 Dr Anne-Marie Baird, Lung Cancer Researcher and Advocate “Lung cancer can affect anyone, anywhere.” Twitter handle: @BairdAM What is your connection with lung cancer? Both my grandmother and aunt died from the disease. My aunt died while I was researching lung cancer at … Continue reading Profiles in Lung Cancer – Day 14: Anne-Marie Baird, PhD “Lung cancer can affect anyone, anywhere”

Day 10: Brendon Stiles, MD. “Even a diagnosis of advanced lung cancer is not a death sentence.”


PROFILES IN LUNG CANCER Lung Cancer Awareness Month 2015 Day 10: Brendon Stiles, MD, Health Care Provider “Even a diagnosis of advanced lung cancer is not a death sentence.” Twitter handle: @BrendonStilesMD Who is Brendon Stiles? Tell us a little bit about yourself. Ten years ago, I lost my father to lung cancer. After training … Continue reading Day 10: Brendon Stiles, MD. “Even a diagnosis of advanced lung cancer is not a death sentence.”

Op volle toeren.


Originally posted on Eddie's Rollercoaster:
De rollercoaster loopt weer op volle toeren. Afgelopen woensdag op en neer naar Keulen geweest voor hun visie op de nieuwe ontwikkelingen binnen en buiten mijn lichaam. Op de hersenscan zijn dus 6 plekken te zien die daar niet thuis horen. Flinke tegenvaller! Het is zaak deze ‘krakers’ snel…

Profiles in Lung Cancer Day 9 – Andy Trahan


Originally posted on Faith, Family & Friends:
It’s November, which is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. In honor of this, a group of lung cancer bloggers will be interviewing people in the lung cancer community and profiling a patient, caregiver, advocate or health care provider each day. I will be posting them for your enjoyment. I…