Cervical cancer survivor Carol Lacey has been in remission – again – for a few weeks now. She’s celebrating the good news, but cautiously.
Jamie Swift is not your typical kidney cancer survivor. The average age at diagnosis is 64. It’s also more common in men than women. Risk factors include smoking, obesity, exposure to cancer-causing substances in the workplace, and certain inherited conditions. Swift had none of these risk factors.
In 1998, Ruthe Cain was living life in California and enjoying being close to the fresh air and the great outdoors, but that year she would face a diagnosis that would change her life: she learned she had lung cancer.
Chrissy Dunn, 47, says her family’s world was shattered when she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in July 2015.