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Lung CancerPatient Stories

A Tale of Two Lives

In a surprising twist of fate, getting lung cancer has led Anne Marie Cerato to have everything she had dreamed of: a devoted husband, a house, a car, fur-babies, and remarkable friends whom she met during her cancer journey.
November 2018 Volume 4 – Lung Cancer
Anne Marie Cerato
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Anne Marie Cerato

I never smoked, but I got lung cancer. I thought I’d be dead, but I’m living, really living. I want to go back to work, but I’m told that I can’t. Since I turned 30, my life has been a series of polar opposites.

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