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Become a LifeLine Support Partner


KatieB

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LifeLine Support Partners are lung cancer survivors or co-survivors (family members and caregivers) who have walked the lung cancer journey and have come out the other side. They volunteer to mentor and offer encouragement, advice, experience and hope to those newly diagnosed and anyone needing additional support through a one-on-one personal connection by email or telephone.

http://events.lungevity.org/site/PageNa ... eLine.html

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Clarification:

"come out the other side" meaning--they have survived issues, treaments, side effects, hurdles, relationship issues, the medical process...and now they want to give back to those just starting this journey---it does NOT necessarily mean come out the other side cancer-free or unscathed.

Many of our support partners are stage III/IV -currently in treatment and choose to give back by being a support partner.

Anyone who is in a good frame of mind to offer support to someone in need can become a support partner.

Thanks,

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