Plano man alive to celebrate holiday season a wonder to doctors and others who suffer the same deadly disease.
James Fitch worked in the 1960s extracting uranium for nuclear weapons. He now struggles every day just to take a simple breath.
Michael Young of Grand Prairie never set out to make medical history. The 59-year-old simply made it a point to take care of himself, follow his doctors’ orders and diligently adhere to his medication. In June, Young will become one of a small group of lung transplant patients who have survives 20 years past their surgery.
Have you ever heard of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis? Probably not. But every year it kills just as many people as breast cancer. But there are no marches, no ribbons, not even much research for Pulmonary Fibrosis. There is no cure.