Lung Cancer and the Battle to Quit Smoking – Episode 344
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Featuring: Barbara Moore-Johnson
Published: December 10, 2022
Quitting smoking was the hardest thing I ever had to do.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) lung cancer patient Barbara Moore-Johnson shares her candid testimony about her struggles to quit smoking after being told by her oncologist that if she wanted to improve her chances of surviving lung cancer, she would need to quit smoking.
Listen now to this candid conversation about a woman’s determination to overcome many failed attempts at quitting this nasty and potentially deadly habit.
- “The thing about smoking is it is very addictive. It is something that’s really hard to quit.”
- “Every time I would pray, I would hear, ‘When you’re ready. I’m here for you when you’re ready.’”
- “[After failing to quit multiple times] I got angry and I just said, ‘Now, Lord, you know that I’m trying to quit. Yes. And I can’t do this by myself.’”