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Cancer: Lung Board Index
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... Most people have no symptoms until lung cancer is in the advanced stages. Then the symptoms really vary depending on where the actual tumor is located and if there are mets in other areas. ... (3 replies)
... My mother in law has a 7 cent. mass in one lung and a 3 cent. mass in the other. She is not going to let them do the biopsy, but the dr. says he is sure it is cancer. ... (1 replies)
... Our last post was giving information on the final stages we were beginning to see with our mother. ... (7 replies)

The End
Feb 15, 2001
... YOUR LOSS. I CAN'T IMAGINE HOW HARD THIS HAS BEEN FOR YOU. I AM JUST STARTING. MY MOTHER IN LAW IS NOW IN A HOSPITAL BED AT HOME. VERY WEEK, VERY FEBLE. HER LUNG CANCER IS NOW IN BOTH LUNGS. ONE LUNG HAS A 9 CENT. MASS AND THE OTHER HAS A 4 CENT. MASS. NOTHING REALLY THEY CAN DO, OR NOTHING THAT SHE WANTS THEM TO DO. ... (5 replies)
... ve lived in some painful times! So sorry to begin with, I completely understand and i am your friend sweetheart if you want to talk....Some very very great words of advice. I wish I had used the boards when I needed to prior now. ... (5 replies)
Just wondering
Sep 1, 2007
... very helpful to have someone do some research so one knows their options. I was that person in my family as I have to know what I am facing.Often the person with cancer prefers to live in denial and not do any research. People like Faith are pretty rare. My mom had stage IV NSCLC and fought it hard for 2. ... (9 replies)
Helping my mother
Jul 31, 2007
... s out to you, your dad and especially your mom. My mom had stage 4 sclc diagnosed in August 2005 I was her care giver and it was the most liberating and sad time of my life. She was given 4 months and passed away Dec 30 3005. Your mom has a different type of lung cancer and there is always hope for some recovery. ... (9 replies)
Stages?
Dec 16, 2006
... Well going thru it myself the stages vary from day to day. I found out on the 27th of Nov I had lung cancer. On Dec 4th found out it was in my brain also. ... (12 replies)
... Sorry to hear about your Mom. When you are dealing with the advanced stages of lung cancer the decision to just live out what time you have left or do chemo in hopes that it may buy you more time is always a tough one to make. ... (8 replies)
... I would agree that there are no symptoms for lung cancer. ... (15 replies)
Symptoms???
Jan 17, 2006
... I will again answer the best I can and that is no one knows. Different types of cancer grow at totally different rates and even the same cancer types like Nonsmall cell lung cancer grow at different rates in different people. ... (5 replies)
End Stage
Aug 5, 2004
... small cell lung cancer in Nov 2002, whom I believe is in the end stage now. ... (3 replies)
... My friend has lung cancer...I'm not sure of the different stages, types etc......she never goes into that. I of course never question her, because she is dealing with so very much. She said there are several tumors through out her entire lungs... ... (2 replies)
Helping my mother
Aug 31, 2007
... This is only from my point of view, but I'm in that Stage IV lung cancer boat with your mother so I think I know a little about what she is feeling. ... (9 replies)
Stages?
Dec 16, 2006
... Is the stomach cancer associated with the lung or a completely different type? ... (12 replies)
... I have a good friend that was diagnosed with lung cancer that has met to brain,in Nov.She is 48 and was told she has 6mos. ... (2 replies)
Question
Feb 21, 2006
... I can only tell you what I have seen in both my parents, both smokers, no family history of cancer whatsoever, both diagnosed very young with NSCLC, but in different stages. ... (3 replies)
... by then you could really tell he had cancer due to how he looked. ... (4 replies)
... Alexandra i'm so sorry you have to go through this and you're so young. Your story sounds very similar to mine. I'm 32, my mom passed away in Jan. 2003 from lung cancer. On Christmas Eve 2001 my mom had a seizure...in the ER and a few hours later they told her she had a lung tumour and a brain tumour. ... (3 replies)
... When it comes to any life threatening illness, you should ALWAYS get a second opinion regardless of what your doctor says. ... (8 replies)




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