Raymond's Assessment

Retired from Chrysler

I thought it was sinus

They took nine samples

It was a small cell cancer

Describing the pain

Cancer in my family

Describing the pain

The pain was always there and you've got a hell of a time to explain, what is it like. You try your best to tell what its like. Like I tell the doctor, ou get a heavy hard or you get a knife jabbed in you. The biggest explanation I give is like you're running and you get out of breath and you get that sharp ping when you breathe. Then you break out in a sweat. I do take a deep breath and blow out very often to keep your lungs open.

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