Why are so many NON smokers dying of lung cancer?

When Debra Montague goes to the doctor’s, the first thing she says is: ‘I am a non-smoker, I’ve never smoked.’

Debra, 54, has advanced lung cancer — despite never picking up a cigarette in her life — and, as she says: ‘I still feel I have to tell doctors, nurses, anyone I meet for the first time that I’ve never smoked, because unless I say it first, I feel judged or blamed; that the cancer is somehow my fault.

Co-factor food allergies

Within minutes of eating a few mouthfuls of fish paella while on holiday in Spain, Kate Ball fell unconscious.

As her lips turned blue and swollen, the then 15-year-old was rushed to hospital, where she was diagnosed with anaphylaxis — a potentially life-threatening allergic reaction caused by the immune system over-reacting to a trigger.