Janet Freeman-Daily

Janet Freeman-Daily is a writer, speaker, science geek and epatient with metastatic lung cancer. She uses her systems engineering background to translate the experience and science of lung cancer treatment and research into language other patients can understand. She comoderates the Lung Cancer Social Media (#LSCM) Chat on Twitter and blogs at www.grayconnections.wordpress.com.


Cancer Choices: Quality of Life Versus Quantity

September 21, 2016

When my feline companion developed cancer, quality of life became more important than quantity of days.

Advocacy and the Science of Cancer Research: The AACR Scientist-Survivor Program

June 24, 2016

The AACR Scientist-Survivor Program lets cancer advocates network with the scientists who are driving cancer research.

Communing With a Giant on Cancer, Life

March 08, 2016

Nature offers many role models for coping with cancer's challenges.

Three Pavement Dives as a Patient With Cancer Makes a Trend

February 29, 2016

Adventures in walking for a cancer patient with neuropathy.

Gratitude, Year 4

December 08, 2015

What does it mean to be grateful when you have metastatic lung cancer?

When Your Pharmacy Plays Favorites With Cancer

November 24, 2015

Pharmacies hopefully aim to help all their patients feel better, yet a common practice is making some patients feel worse. You can do something about it.

From a Cough to Metastatic Lung Cancer

November 17, 2014

As a nonsmoker, lung cancer was never on my radar, especially not metastatic lung cancer.