By MARTHA SMITH
Special to the Standard
NORTH KINGSTOWN â€“ What most people would regard as tragic is not how Anne Huling views the toll taken on her body through numerous surgeries and progressive deafness that forced her to end the teaching career she loved.
She is a survivor in every sense of the word; her spirit has risen to fight lung cancer which she feels was caused by second-hand smoke in a small, windowless teacherâ€™s lounge.
She has battled back from abdominal surgery after two small growths were found in the colon: she also had her gall bladder removed.
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