Unmasking the Reality of Lung Cancer Society

Diane Colton first diagnosed in 2011, is a 3 time lung cancer survivor. Fortunate in the fact that she should have died from her lung cancer diagnosis a long time ago. Fortunate in that her health is good. Diane has the breath and fortitude to unmask the reality of lung cancer. Lung cancer continues to be hidden by the mask of indifference, stigma, myths and misinformation. Lung cancer continues to be #1 in too many areas

#1 least funded

#1 in the number of women who die from it annually.

#1 in the number of people who die from it annually.

#1 most common cancer worldwide with 2,093,876 people diagnosed annually.

#1 in the most misunderstood (opinion only)

#1 in the most stigmatized.

As long as she has the ability Diane will continue to help people see the truth about lung cancer. Every year in Canada lung cancer impacts over 300,000 people!

Diane Colton first diagnosed in 2011, is a 3 time lung cancer survivor. Fortunate in the fact that she should have died from her lung cancer diagnosis a long time ago. Fortunate in that her health is good. Diane has the breath and fortitude to unmask the reality of lung cancer. Lung cancer continues to be hidden by the mask of indifference, stigma, myths and misinformation. Lung cancer continues to be #1 in too many areas

#1 least funded

#1 in the number of women who die from it annually.

#1 in the number of people who die from it annually.

#1 most common cancer worldwide with 2,093,876 people diagnosed annually.

#1 in the most misunderstood (opinion only)

#1 in the most stigmatized.

As long as she has the ability Diane will continue to help people see the truth about lung cancer. Every year in Canada lung cancer impacts over 300,000 people!

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