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Cancer: Lung Board Index
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Lung Surgery
Jan 27, 2007
... I had lung surgery in June 2006 so I hope I can help you a little. You won't feel a thing during the surgery. And afterward you will be so medicated you won't either. ... (7 replies)
... instead it leads to healing those wounds.I had a very good teacher when I was young. My dad's sister who made us all call her Aunt Fantastic lost her husband to Lung Cancer when he was in his 30's and they had 3 small kids all under the age of 10.She also had a half finished home her husband had been building. ... (8 replies)
Symptoms ??
Nov 1, 2006
... years into this she lost about 20 lbs which she and her doctor thought was from increasing her calcium. Now she was at the weight she had always wanted to get back to having shed that excess 20 lbs that came with having 4 kids. Still the doctors thought nothing was wrong. ... (24 replies)

... ray, but it came back clean, super clean and even cleaner than the one in Sept. 04 and the doctor said...well, you sure don't have lung cancer. ... (2 replies)
... The important thing is that I had a mild back pain in the lung area and it's gone completely. So maybe the Tarceva did something good. ... (9 replies)
... Thanx Kim, yes mum was very lucky. She had just got back from an overseas trip and had some pain behind her shoulder and in the chest, and also some shortness of breath but not too severe, but enough to mention. ... (10 replies)
... of people who use it, and that doctors should monitor this closely through chest xrays so that it can be addressed early on. ... (15 replies)
No avastin for mom
Jul 12, 2006
... hate the fact that the chemo can be so difficult on some people . I think about you and Stan and your boys alot.Being a grown up and having to deal with my mom's cancer and knowing how difficult that is makes me really sad that your boys have to deal with their dad's cancer while they are still kids. ... (9 replies)
... In April 2005 he went to the pulmonary doctor where after an endless amount of testing was unoffically told he has Stage II B lung cancer. ... (12 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)
Question
Dec 7, 2005
... I'm going to go see a doctor about this but do you think I could be showing early signs of lung cancer? ... (2 replies)
... by then you could really tell he had cancer due to how he looked. ... (4 replies)
... I wanted to post because I wanted to share my story with you, in hopes that it will help. My daddy was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2002. ... (20 replies)
My dad
Nov 11, 2004
... HI I lost my dad to lung cancer when he was my age (44) so I can relate to your pain. You have my condolances. (2 replies)
... I'm new to this board, and without the intention of hurting anyone's feelings, I wish I never had a reason to come here. My grandpa and my dad both died of lung cancer. Now I'm sick, and I fear it's cancer this time for me. I'm so scared. ... (7 replies)
... s did not do surgery to remove the cancer until August 2002!!! They did a lobectomy and appeared to have removed all the cancer. ... (6 replies)
... Hi all.....welcome jelly......In reading the posts, I am taken back to those baffeled, helpless feelings.. I do have a sadden heart for all who write here. ... (8 replies)
... In early May, my mom was diagnosed with poorly differentiated non small cell lung cancer. ... (8 replies)
... Thank you for your words and insight. Your response made me cry. Then again that is all I do. Mom is still in the hospital in terrible pain and still has tubes all in her body. She is still recovering from the surgery when they took out the primary mass. ... (5 replies)
... My dad's last stages were peaceful. He was admitted into the hospice in on a Tuesday due to pain increase that could not be controlled at home. He had lung cancer which spread to the bone. His pain was getting worse at home, he was on 100mg. ... (5 replies)




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