Suzanne Adriana Remington, a retired behavior analyst from Connecticut, has been fighting non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) since 2019. Like many NSCLC fighters, she never smoked. In fact, she was an avid runner before her diagnosis. Suzanne has spent most of her working life helping children, and now volunteers with children involved in the court system. She also belongs to ALK-Positive Inc, a group named for the gene that drives their particular cancer. They not only support each other, but raise money to fund their own research. This allows cancer fighters and cancer researchers to truly work together to find a cure.