Family coming together to honor sister, fight cancer
By Stephen Lega
Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 6:00 am (Updated: March 13, 6:01 am)
Sue Beavers has beaten cancer once already, and she is confident she can do it again.
In 1996, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. In January, doctors confirmed that she has non-small cell lung cancer.
“They call it the non-smoker's lung cancer,” Beavers said.
She has already started treatments, and she has two more chemotherapy treatments scheduled, one for later this week and another in April.
“I've got hope,” Beavers said. “I think I can beat it. I'm going to have faith.”
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