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December issue of TOPS

Breath of Hope KY and Protect Environmental team up for radon and lung cancer awareness in the December issue of TOPS in Lexington.

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Breath of Hope on Great Day Live on WHAS11

Lindi interviews with Joann Dickerson from WHAS11’s Great Day Live segment during Lung Cancer Awareness month.
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Making a Difference: Lung cancer survivor pushing for change

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, and according to the American Lung Association, Kentucky leads the country in the number of cases. A Lexington woman, and lung cancer survivor herself, is now doing her part to change that.

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TOPS in Lexington October 2020

TOPS in Lexington October 2020 issue features Lindi Campbell and her story living with lung cancer.    

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National Radon Action Month

Lindi speaks to Barbara Bailey with WKYT during National Radon Action Month to talk about the dangers of radon exposure and it’s link to lung cancer.

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Lung Cancer Survivor Unites Others in Fight Against the Disease

After being diagnosed with lung cancer, Lindi Campbell founded her own nonprofit to fight the disease, Breath of Hope Kentucky, Inc.

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WTVQ’s Mom to Mom

Lindi shows Sarah Pannell on WTVQ’s Mom to Mom segment just how easy it is to test your home for radon. Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer among nonsmokers. It is important you test your home for radon.

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Lung Cancer Awareness Month on ABC 36 News

I am a non-smoking lung cancer survivor striving to spread awareness and erase the stigma of the deadliest cancer of all cancers!

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Lexington Urban County Council Meeting

I spoke at the Lexington City Council meeting on November 1, 2018 to kick off Lung Cancer Awareness month! As a non-smoking lung cancer survivor we must do more to educate our citizens about this deadly disease.

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MOM TO MOM – AT KORT PHYSICAL THERAPY

A feature about Lindi Campbell and KORT Physical Therapy.

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We would like to thank these organizations who have partnered with us or supported us in our efforts to improve the survival statistics of lung cancer