Janine taught school from 1991 to 2012. She was a special education instructor, advisor and life coach at The Horizons School for young adults in Birmingham, AL for 12 years. Janine also taught as the assistant teacher in Group 5 (4th/5th grade) at the Westland School in Los Angeles, CA. Janine earned a Master of Education and state teacher certification from the University of California in Los Angeles in 1991. Janine’s husband, Don was diagnosed with a pancoast tumor of squamous NSCLC in 2009. After curative doses of concurrent chemo and radiation a tumor on the spine then months later a tumor in the other lung was found but biopsies were undiagnosable and treatments continued until 2012. As of today, Don is NED and living life. Janine began visiting the Grace website in 2009 seeking information about her husband’s disease and hasn’t yet left because she understands the important link the forum makes between information and the individual.
I found this article, Patient Perspective: Patients With EGFR+ NSCLC May Still Opt for Quality Over Quantity After FLAURA2 on Tagrisso (osimertinib) Patients & Caregivers Group. It's written by Ivy
Reminder...Videos from our live blood cancer onctalk forum, agenda, and accompanying slides are available here.
This link includes link to YouTube video of entire forum and a link to registration
OncTalk 2023 was a big success and is available here. Soon the video will be broken down into small bites of specific info, Until then you can find the agenda and faculty bios here.
Grace is proud to present a live, virtual, interactive patient education event that includes presentations and panel discussions covering general subjects relevant to a diverse range of blood cancers
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My name is Alex Sylvester and I am a producer with Itchy Rodent Films, LLC. I am reaching out on behalf of our independent documentary film “Spoke” about fire
Hi Stan, It's good to hear your voice and know your cheesecakes are still making the rounds. Though
Glad to know you're moving forward with a pulmonologist. The more you know the better the
Hi Rutbats, Welcome to GRACE and thanks for the kind words.
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Hi Terry, Welcome to Grace.
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