Health & Medicine

November 5, 2012 10:06 AM

Nurse creates two events to advocate for lung cancer research, patients

Her father's lung cancer death put Lisa Maggio on a path that led to her current efforts to educate people about lung cancer and to advocate for improved research. She co-chairs the Free to Breathe Lexington Walk on Nov. 10, and a Shine the Light on Lung Cancer vigil on Nov. 13.

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