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Lung Cancer affects nearly 219,000
men & woman in the U.S. each year. Janice McQueen
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Thank You For Wanting to Learn More About Lung Cancer

Most Americans don't realize that more people die from lung cancer every year than from breast, colorectal, pancreatic, and prostate cancers combined. If you or a loved one has been affected by lung cancer, here are some things that you might find helpful:

  1. See if you qualify for financial compensation. U.S. Compensation Trust Funds have been set aside, with initial funding of 30 Billion dollars, to financially assist individuals with lung cancer. Call 1-800-352-2416 to find out more.
  2. Become an advocate for the early detection of lung cancer. Encourage others to have regular check-ups. Lung cancer is not just a concern for smokers; between 22,000 and 32,000 non-smoking Americans are diagnosed each year with lung cancer. If you want to help make a difference, join a lung cancer organization in your area to eradicate lung cancer.

Thanks for taking a stand; together we can make a difference.

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