Lung Cancer in South Carolina...

  • will be diagnosed in approximately 3,900 SC citizens in 2011.
  • will tragically take the lives of approximately 2,910 South Carolinians in 2011, as well.
  • is grossly underfunded, unidentified, and stigmatized.
  • is ravaging and must be cured.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

WYFF4 of Greenville: Keisha Kirkland Extends Thanks For Support


On the last day of her treatment for stage three lung cancer, WYFF News 4 Weather Anchor Keisha Kirkland extended a video thank you to all viewers for the messages and calls of support.

Kirkland was diagnosed in November and shortly afterward underwent surgery to remove the upper right lung mass.

Go here to view what Keisha has to say in her own words.

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