Our guest today has no shortage of energy and positivity. No matter what life throws at her, she greets it with a smile and a willingness to embrace any embarrassing moment that may accompany it. She’s proactive about doing all she can to communicate a positive health message as broadly as she possibly can. However, a few years ago, Jane faced a health challenge that threatened her life and made her question her role as a health advocate. In this episode we hear how shameless Jane can be, how she came to be diagnosed with her illness (with misdiagnoses along the way) and how, in a moment of crisis for her, she ended up being the one administering medical assistance.
“It’s The Thought That Counts”, David Hamilton
“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow”
Debriefing the day with the family around the dinner table
Low: A difficult health decision, where both options were potentially fatal
High: Stable health for three months
Find out more about Jane and her work: http://lunghealthmatters.com/
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