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The official blog of the Lung Institute.

What is My Why? Juan Baez

2 May 2018
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A featured series where Lung Health Institute employees tell their stories #WhatIsMyWhy My mother’s been dealing with pulmonary fibrosis, and she has a autoimmune disease. Her treatment gives her little to no benefit, and seeing that I cannot really do anything to make her situation better gives me a lot of encouragement to help others and…

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What is My Why? Jennifer Thompson

25 Apr 2018
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Prior to coming in to the Lung Health Institute, this patient had been told by a doctor that there was nothing else that could be done and that it was time to go home and get their affairs in order. That was more than 2 ½ years ago, and the patient is doing great!

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What is My Why? Amy Welling

18 Apr 2018
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A featured series where Lung Institute employees tell their stories #WhatIsMyWhy My dad had lung cancer, and he passed away 10 years ago. He was a heavy smoker throughout his life, and being able to help the patients and families who have gone through the same things we did to try to help my dad has…

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What is My Why? Sara Jones

11 Apr 2018
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I’ve gained a lot of knowledge at Lung Health Institute about cellular treatments that I definitely didn’t have three years ago, and it’s been really awesome to become educated in a field that even physicians don’t have a lot of information about.

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What is My Why? Tony Garcia

4 Apr 2018
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After his treatment with us, he invited us out sailing and we recorded his testimonial on board. He took us out on his boat and he did everything; all we did was point and shoot and record. You could not tell he was suffering from a lung disease.

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What is My Why? Pete Dapont

7 Mar 2018
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What Is My Why

Each patient is unique. I go into each conversation open-minded and don’t ever judge or make assumptions about an individual.

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What is My Why? Jessica Reed

28 Feb 2018
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What Is My Why? Jessica Reed

She then regaled me with the story that she can now go to the mall for a few hours without her oxygen and now she doesn’t even think about it when she leaves the house.

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What is My Why? Marilyn O’Shea

21 Feb 2018
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What is my why? Marilyn O'Shea

I learned quickly that anyone living with a chronic lung disease can be involved in a daily struggle, even a minute-by-minute struggle. We are giving the patients hope and we are giving their families hope.

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What is My Why? Michelle Lesser

14 Feb 2018
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What is My Why? Michelle Lesser

A featured series where Lung Institute employees tell their stories. #WhatIsMyWhy I have been with the Lung Institute for three years. I truly believe in what we do, and I also have a passion for what we do. I am the community relations specialist and in my role, I act as a physician’s liaison going…

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All claims made regarding the efficacy of Lung Institute's treatments as they pertain to pulmonary conditions are based solely on anecdotal support collected by Lung Institute. Individual conditions, treatment and outcomes may vary and are not necessarily indicative of future results. Testimonial participation is voluntary. Lung Institute does not pay for or script patient testimonials.

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