Avid Quilter Moves the Needle Again After Robotic Lung Cancer Surgery

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Story Summary

To say quilting is Brenda Duncan’s passion is an understatement. Duncan, 53, turned one of the spare bedrooms of her home in Iberia, Missouri, into a workshop full of patterns, fabric scraps and thread.

Duncan was forced to take a break from quilting in early 2017 after learning she had Stage 2 lung cancer.

Now, see how she’s saying thank you to the surgeon who saved her life.

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