John Ratzenberger: Being a Supportive Lung Cancer Advocate

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As John Ratzenberger and his wife were approaching their one-year wedding anniversary, his wife was diagnosed with lung cancer. Despite losing his wife to stage IV non-small cell lung cancer at the age of 31, John remains dedicated to helping others learn how to advocate for their loved ones. Dr. Susan Leclair talks with John about what it means to be a caregiver and how his patient advocacy continues to help others.

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