Kicking the Addiction
by Linda Thomas, MS, CTTS-M
You have heard the dreaded words. You have cancer. Then comes the rush of emotions: fear, anger, sadness, hope. Inside, you feel a panic building, and your next thought is, “I need a cigarette.” A part of you rebels at that thought, but still you smoke. And as you smoke that cigarette, a war rages inside of you – one side wants to quit and the other wants to keep smoking.
Living with Lung Cancer
You have just been diagnosed with lung cancer. The first thing you must know, and something you should repeat to yourself over and over, is there is reason for hope! Much is being done for people with lung cancer, and new treatments are being developed and tested every day.