LUNG CANCER SURVIVOR
Terri Ann DiJulio is a three-time lung cancer survivor, stroke survivor, and a member of a multigenerational lung cancer family. By advocating, speaking, and raising awareness about lung cancer, Terri Ann uses her voice to push the needle forward in the fight against lung cancer. Anyone with lungs, can get lung cancer.
Through her speaking events and media platforms, Terri Ann shares how these experiences have profoundly changed her. How with gratitude and a perspective she could never have imagined, she lives the hell out of EVERY SINGLE DAY.
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Terri Ann has spoken at many conferences and events including Penn Medicine's Lung Cancer Conference, Go2 Foundation for Lung Cancer COE Summit, and The American College of Radiology's Annual Conference on Quality & Safety.
In addition, Terri Ann has been interviewed for numerous publications including Penn Medicine, The Wall Street Journal, the Our Cancer Journey Podcast, and the Department of Defense's Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs.
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