Emily Bennett Taylor was getting ready to celebrate her second wedding anniversary with her college sweetheart when she went to the doctor for a persistent cough she thought was allergies. Days later, the 28-year-old former college athlete who had never smoked a cigarette in her life was diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer.
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The Bonnie J. Addario Lung Cancer Foundation (ALCF) applauds the medical research community and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for putting a heightened focus on lung cancer diagnostics and treatments. ALCF works everyday to educate patients and their families on the latest advancements, encourage participation in clinical trials and fund life-saving research on… Read More
At a race to raise awareness of lung cancer, Bonnie Addario saw a “darling little lady” running toward her. Before she knew it, the woman threw her arms around her and said, “Bonnie! Bonnie! You saved my life!”
It was just a tiny bump behind Corey Wood’s right eye, but her doctor was concerned. The college senior and marathon runner felt fine, but a full-body scan revealed that she had Stage 4 lung cancer. The diagnosis was stunning, both because of Wood’s age and the fact that she has never smoked.