WZTV FOX 17 NEWS, Nashville - Interview with Erika Kurre
By PRA Health Sciences
November 6, 2018
Stephen Huff was diagnosed with stage IV inoperable lung cancer at the age of 29. Prior to his diagnosis, Stephen lived an incredibly healthy and clean lifestyle. As a former professional baseball player, he spent his entire life taking care of his body. He exercised, ate healthy, and never smoked.
Stephen shares his story — and what he wants others to know.
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Local Teacher Fighting Battle with Lung Cancer Plans Fundraising Event
FRANKLIN, Tenn - Local non-profit, The Huff Project, is planning their first-ever fundraiser to support awareness and research funding for the number one cause of cancer-related death in both men and women. Lung cancer has traditionally been stigmatized as a “smoker’s disease”. . .
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School Patrol: Huff Project
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A Centennial High School teacher's effort to bring awareness and funding for lung cancer research. Computer Science teacher, Stephen Huff, has been teaching students how to code for several years. . .
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Centennial Teacher Named Hometown Hero
FRANKLIN, Tenn - A shocking lung cancer diagnosis didn’t keep Centennial High School computer science teacher Stephen Huff down for long, and his work toward finding a cure made Darrell Waltrip Automotive name him a Hometown Hero. . .
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