When I got diagnosed with stage IIIa adenocarcinoma lung cancer, it was one of the most terrifying days of my life. I didn’t know anyone who had ever had lung cancer ...
Anne H. Charity Hudley
Anne H. Charity Hudley is a professor of education, African American studies, and linguistics at Stanford and a wife, relative, and friend. She was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2018. Anne is a patient researcher on a National Institutes of Health lung cancer survivorship clinical trial and a GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer Ambassador Council member. Her niece, Stanford undergraduate Emma Charity, makes sure her blog is relevant for young readers. You can read more about Anne and connect with her on Twitter and Instagram.