Lung Cancer Patients Living Self-Portrait Series: Chinese ROS1+ Group

I wanted to create a living self-portraits series about lung cancer patients and caregivers. These portraits are about our feelings, our journey, especially how we got to this point. I will interview the patients and the caregivers as if I am a brush in their hand. This is the first interview I conducted on a friend who is a member of Chinese ROS1+ Group. I wanted to interview him because he has several personal traces that impressed me. https://lungcancer.net/living/living-self-portrait-ros1/

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My friend HaoPei (斐皓) is a Stage 4 lung cancer patient, 37 years old. This picture was taken by him when he traveled in rural China after his diagnosis. I’m grateful for HaoPei’s generosity.

One thought on “Lung Cancer Patients Living Self-Portrait Series: Chinese ROS1+ Group

  1. It is so much easier for people to free themselves from distress in the aftermath of tribulations if they have faith. So true, nice piece here.

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