My grandmother died at age 76 in 2008 of lung cancer and she never smoked a day in her life. She was, sildenafil however, prescription a waitress at a small truck stop in the rural city of Alice, Texas for decades. As a single mother raising three small children on her own, she did what she needed to do to survive and keep her family together. I know she would still be alive today if it was not for her lung cancer diagnosis. She was otherwise in great physical condition. It breaks my heart she wasn’t around to be there for my mom during her cancer diagnosis, or able to meet her great grandson born in 2010. We miss her every day and we’re doing what we can to make Texas smoke free in her memory. The bottom line is that NOBODY should have to choose between earning a living for their family and their health.