Roger Samples, 61, of Mount Sterling, a current lung cancer patient, and Suzi Shoemaker, 55, an ovarian cancer survivor and the owner of Lantern Hill Farm in Midway, told their stories at Tuesday's news conference on the University of Kentucky campus.
Roger Samples, 61, of Mount Sterling, a current lung cancer patient, and Suzi Shoemaker, 55, an ovarian cancer survivor and the owner of Lantern Hill Farm in Midway, told their stories at Tuesday's news conference on the University of Kentucky campus.
Roger Samples, 61, of Mount Sterling, a current lung cancer patient, and Suzi Shoemaker, 55, an ovarian cancer survivor and the owner of Lantern Hill Farm in Midway, told their stories at Tuesday's news conference on the University of Kentucky campus.

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