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Our expert physicians, nurses and laboratory scientists are working around the clock to find new treatments to conquer lung cancer at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center in Baltimore, Maryland. The following lung cancer patient experiences represent a snapshot of the remarkable challanges and triumphs these individuals and their families faced as well as the comprehensive care provided at Johns Hopkins.
66 year-old Myra Thompson is among patients who have benefited from an investigational therapy for lung cancer developed by scientists at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center in Baltimore. Read more.
David Gobin worked for 28 years as a Baltimore police officer. He said the toughest part of the job was the unknown – wondering at all times what to expect next. When he retired from the police force, he looked forward to relaxing, maybe learning to play golf. Read more.