Given 18 Months to Live, This Lung Cancer Survivor Is Still Alive 6 Years Later Thanks to Clinical Trials

Updated November 23rd, 2021

Given 18 Months to Live, This Lung Cancer Survivor Is Still Alive 6 Years Later Thanks to Clinical Trials

Natalie, 62, was given 18 months to live after her stage 4 lung cancer diagnosis. Six years later, she's enjoying life with her family and sharing her story.

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