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

I’m surprised to read this article that I wrote in 2019 and re-posted by lungcancer.net now. My friend, 裴皓, passed away one year before. I was closely following him then and had communicated with him several times after this interview. Religion in China used to be forbidden, but he was open about the effects of religion on his coping with lung cancer. He kept travelling to so many rural places until… He took numerous pictures as you will see in this blog. He left a deep impression on me. Please see  https://lungcancer.net/living/living-self-portrait-ros1

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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