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Surviving COPD

In 1999 I had lung cancer and they removed one lung and cancer free. Quit smoking that same year. 2013 I began having shortness of breath and one day I just lost it and was admitted into hospital and a short stay but came out with a diagnosis of acute bronchitis and on oxygen 24/7. Had my first bout with pneumonia last year and have went through pulmonary rehab and now go through maintenance program. Learning everything I can to help me live my life as easy as possible. I will be 72 years old the 5th of October and live in Oklahoma City. Glad to find this site. Thanks

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  • Dana Lortie moderator
    4 years ago

    Hi gibonkla,

    Thank you so much for sharing your story with us!

    Please feel free to come here to share more stories, find support, or to do a bit of browsing! We are so glad you found us and hope you keep in touch!

    Thanks again for sharing and becoming part of the community!

    Wishing you the best,
    Dana (COPD.net Team)

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