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Follow Nick’s Lead

Since undergoing surgery for lung cancer, scuba diver Nick has completed his 150th dive and now has plans to qualify as a rescue diver – one of the hardest diving qualifications – all without the upper lobe of his left lung.

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FOLLOW SOPHIE’S LEAD

Psychologist and author, Sophie Sabbage, has just celebrated her fifth ‘cancer-versary’, after initially being given just months to live. Her diagnosis has taken her to the north and south poles of her resilience and courage, but she has emerged out the other side and is thriving with lung cancer.

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It’s time to find a better way to talk about lung cancer

Because people living with lung cancer need comfort, not awkwardness. They need sincerity, not platitudes. They need support, not judgement. So, here’s how we’ll proceed. Follow my Lead.

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It’s time to find a better way to talk about lung cancer

General phrases are sometimes not welcome as people are individuals and don’t want to be labelled by cancer. Everyone’s story is different.

Ruthra, diagnosed with early stage lung cancer in January 2019

FOLLOW EILEEN’S LEAD

When Eileen was diagnosed with late stage lung cancer, she was terrified – not at the prospect of dying, but at missing out on her trip of a lifetime.

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FOLLOW DAVID’S LEAD

Lung cancer denies many people many things. It nearly denied David the chance of walking his daughter down the aisle. But he had other ideas…

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I am living with cancer or am a cancer patient, but I am not a warrior. I am surviving cancer but not a cancer survivor. But I prefer the people who are brave enough to speak to me, even if they say words I don’t like than the people who avoid me!

Andy, living with late stage lung cancer