A non-smoking lung cancer survivor urges smokers to quit for the sake of their families. Photo: Shutterstock A non-smoking lung cancer survivor urges smokers to quit for the sake of their families. Photo: Shutterstock
A non-smoking lung cancer survivor urges smokers to quit for the sake of their families. Photo: Shutterstock
Wellness

A lung cancer survivor – who breathed second-hand smoke at home – urges smokers to quit to save their families and themselves

  • Non-smoker Mei Lai (whose husband smokes) was diagnosed with lung cancer and underwent an operation and gruelling chemotherapy
  • Now she is training as a Hong Kong Cancer Fund volunteer, which helped her deal with the trauma of her diagnosis and treatment

Topic |   Wellness
A non-smoking lung cancer survivor urges smokers to quit for the sake of their families. Photo: Shutterstock A non-smoking lung cancer survivor urges smokers to quit for the sake of their families. Photo: Shutterstock
A non-smoking lung cancer survivor urges smokers to quit for the sake of their families. Photo: Shutterstock
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