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Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube. Home Unsung Heroes Stories of Perseverance: Ed Mohr Each year leading a handful of those in the community going through a cancer journey themselves or with a loved one share their story. At the end of June, I was asked to share my cancer story.
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I was willing to do so in the hopes that it would help others find hope and understand how important the Pink Arrow Pride is to the future treatment of all forms of cancer and the people living with them. My wife and I are both Lowell graduates and have raised our three children in Lowell. Our daughter Kayla graduated in , Athena in and our son, Jason will be a senior this year. We have been involved with the Pink Arrow movement from the beginning. My personal story begins in February.
I was having slight chest pains. As my wife had just undergone open heart surgery, she insisted that I go to the doctor.
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I agreed to go. A few tests were done which led to the call that no one wants to receive, being told that I have lung cancer. I lost my mom four years ago, just weeks after she was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer.
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So when I got the call that I had lung cancer, I was even more shocked and scared. I immediately started researching lung cancer and soon discovered that not everything on the internet is accurate, true or up to date. All I managed to do was scare myself even more. So started the battery of testing. Our entire family spent a lot of time in prayer.
A biopsy of the mass was taken and several scans were done to check for spreading to other parts of my body.
The cancer had not seemed to have spread, but the tumor was large and had invaded my chest wall. Treatment was not certain at this point as the actual type of lung cancer had not been identified.
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