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Video Transcript: Survivor Story of Kevin Irish
Kevin Irish: That’s Horner Syndrome. He said that’s the sign of advanced lung cancer. And that’s when I first heard my name and the word cancer, advanced lung cancer in the same sentence.
Ty Bollinger: Were you a smoker before that?
Kevin Irish: Yes, I was. About 1.5 packs a day. So it’s self-inflicted. I didn’t want any pity. But nonetheless, we’re human. It’s the only vice I had, and now it’s gone. But the terror and the fear were immediate.
And yeah, I broke down in tears. And my doctor had ordered CAT scans that were ordered stat. He said “you’re going to go right to the hospital and have this done.” Needless to say, I was terrified. And I cried the whole time there.
So later that evening, about 9 o’clock at night, my doctor had called me at home, and he said, “Kev, it’s stage 4, inoperable.”
And I collapsed on my kitchen floor, and I cried. But I got my composure back real quick, and I said, “what do I do?” He said, “Kev, we’re going to try to get you as much time as possible.” He said, “tomorrow morning you’re scheduled to go in for a biopsy.” He said, “just be there and they will take you the minute you go in.”
And that’s what I did.
Ty Bollinger: So that’s 5 years ago. Stage 4 inoperable lung cancer. What was the prognosis at that point? You’re 5 years out now.
Kevin Irish: Over 5 years.
Ty Bollinger: Okay, over 5 years. So what was the prognosis for you lasting 5 years from that point?
Kevin Irish: The prognosis from my research, because the first thing I did was I wanted to research what was going on…
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How can I view this video or where can I read the entire transcript?
Help! How to move forward / where do I go for help with lung cancer.just diagnosed today.
TTAC Customer Support says
The best advice we can give you is to consult with one of the doctors/experts that we interviewed in our Global Quest Series. Here is a link to get their information: https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/experts-info-sheet/
anybody able to view the full interview with Kevin Irish?
Hello I bought the docu series 1-9 episodes the truth about cancer, but this video mention 11 episode, where can I view this episode ? thank you
Customer Success says
The series being shown in this video is the Quest for the Cures Continues. Our original series The Quest for the Cures was an 11 episode series. We are no longer selling this. Our Global Quest docu-series is the most recent with the most relevant content.
i want to see the episode 11 the quest for the cure with kevin irish lung cancer stage 4 inoperable for my mother as soon as possible
Kathleen Johnson says
I bought his book and it was a real disappointment. He did everything his doctor wanted, three months of chemo and radiation, surgery, and more chemo. He also took some vitamins and tries to “eat healthy and avoid sugar, though I treat myself to a cheeseburger and tacos sometimes.” He has survived a serious cancer, and I’m very happy for him, and his vitamins may have helped, but it being included in this website implies he overcame cancer by alternative means, and this is not the case.
Customer Service says
Hello Kathleen, yes he did have chemo and radiation. That being said, the biggest turn around in his recovery was when he turned to alternative treatments. He himself credits natural treatments for his recovery. Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts.