In August of 2011, I went to a doctor thinking I had bronchitis. After a round or two of antibiotics, with no improvement, I went to visit a pulmonologist at the Jackson Clinic. She did several tests and a lung biopsy. Later, I received a phone call to come to her office. I was shocked when the diagnosis was lung cancer and was told it was inoperable. The treatment would be radiation.
My family and I decided to get a second opinion. A friend in…
For the complete story, see the March 29th edition of The Lexington Progress.