GIFT FROM CENTENNIAL TEACHER'S NON-PROFIT WILL ADVANCE RESEARCH INTO NON-INVASIVE TEST FOR LUNG CANCER A Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center research team will move forward with the testing phases of a project that will aid in the detection and diagnosis of lung cancer... Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center Press Release
MY "LINGERING COUGH" TURNED OUT TO BE LUNG CANCER Former White Sox pitcher Stephen Huff had never smoked a day in his life when he received the shocking news: He had stage four lung cancer. Authored by Jen Babakhan
INTERVIEW WITH ERIKA KURRE
Thanks to Erika Kurre and WZTV FOX 17 News, Nashville for having our founder Stephen Huff on air this week to share about The Huff Project and our mission to raise awareness and research dollars for lung cancer.
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”. . . Authored by Andrea Hinds Read more at Williamson Source
LUNG CANCER PATIENTS AND ADVOCATES VISIT VUMC RESEARCH LABS A group of young lung cancer patients and their family members recently toured research laboratories at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center (VICC) to learn how investigators are working to find better therapies and possibly a cure for the disease. Authored by Dagny Stuart
STEPHEN HUFF—THE HUFF PROJECT 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. . .
SCHOOL PATROL: THE 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....
Story by Vicki Yates
1st ANNUAL YOUR NEXT STEP IS THE CURE MEMPHIS 5K Stephen attends the Addario Lung Cancer Foundation event to celebrate the progress being made in lung cancer research and to raise a general awareness.
THE GOVS TO HOST STEPHEN HUFF LUNG CANCER AWARENESS DAY CLARKSVILLE, Tenn – Austin Peay State University athletics department and baseball team will join forces with alumnus Stephen Huff to raise awareness for lung cancer during its Saturday, April 28 Ohio Valley Conference contest against UT Martin. Story by Cody Bush
WILLIAMSON TEACHER FIGHTING LUNG CANCER PUSHES FOR ADVOCACY, RESEARCH FUNDING Centennial High School teacher Stephen Huff walks around his coding class, checking computer monitors as his students complete an assignment. Authored by Melanie Balakit
LOCAL TEACHER PUSHES FOR LUNG CANCER LICENSE PLATE Just by looking at him you would have no idea that 29-year-old Stephen Huff's body is waging war against itself but the Williamson County teacher is currently battling a rare form of lung cancer and he hasn't smoke a day in his life. Story by Chris Conte
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BEING DIAGNOSED WITH LUNG CANCER My name is Stephen Huff and I was diagnosed with lung cancer on June 1, 2017. I have lived a fairly normal life up to this point. The first 28 years of my life consisted of healthy eating, good exercise, and never smoking. But it was about 2 years ago (2015), I began having some mild shortness of breath, coupled with a mild cough. By TNTribune