Beth's mysterious respiratory symptoms and a stubborn "walking pneumonia" led her to the hospital and a diagnosis of advanced non-small cell lung cancer. Later testing led to a wonderful surprise: her cancer had the ROS1 genetic mutation and she was eligible for a targeted therapy. Within days of starting treatment, she began to improve.
The stories below come from men and women whose lives have been touched by lung cancer. In addition to providing unique insight on what it’s like to battle and live with the disease, each story also provides reasons to be hopeful about the future of lung cancer research.