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This Is What Lung Cancer Looks Like

Hildy Grossman describes her struggle with the stigma linked to a lung cancer diagnosis and her work, through Upstage Lung Cancer and music, to educate the public about lung cancer.
November 2018 Volume 4 – Lung Cancer
Hildy Grossman
Brookline, Massachusetts

Years ago, feminist and activist Gloria Steinem was featured on the cover of a magazine at age 50. When a reporter commented that she didn’t look her age, Ms. Steinem replied, “Well, get a good look, because this is what 50 looks like.”

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