How to Deal with Advocacy “Fatigue” When Telling Patients’ Stories

It has been proved that storytelling is the most effective way to inspiring, encouraging, and empowering lung cancer patients. We, the “seasoned” lung cancer patient, have told our stories many times and for many occasions. It’s inevitable to have a “fatigue” syndrome among lung cancer patients. I have different strategies to tell my stories to prevent storytelling fatigue syndrome. https://lungcancer.net/living/advocacy-fatigue/

My friend HaoPei (斐皓) was a Stage 4 lung cancer patient, 38 years old. He passed away in early February 2020. These pictures were taken by him when he travelled in rural China after his diagnosis. 斐皓, 一路走好。

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