The late broadcaster Angelo Castro Jr. succumbed to lung cancer in 2012, after having been diagnosed four years prior.
Castro, recalled his son, Diego, had been a smoker since he was 10, but had quit 10 years before the diagnosis. What started out as persistent cough turned out to be a life-threatening disease.
After the Stage 3 lung cancer diagnosis, Castro Jr. was given three to four months to live. He went on to live four more years. He sought alternative treatments before seeing medical doctors and undergoing chemotherapy.
“It was draining physically, emotionally and f…
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