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... It was suggested by dr to see a lung specialist to discuss it and monitor it .....well long story short I was using at the time and in my state of high forgot about it for 9 months. ... (0 replies)
... My husband died from small cell lung cancer, 9 months after diagnosis. ... (2 replies)
... my husband had the same thing. he went through chemo and he pretty good with it. and then months later it spread and more chemo was done. clinical trial and it made him so weak and he stop. started again . we want the best for you. ... (3 replies)

... I have stage 3b non small cell lung cancer. I did chemo and radiation for about two months and had to stop. I ended up in the hospital three times. It has been almost two months now, and the doctor wants me to start chemo again but not the radiation. ... (3 replies)
... With most chemo drugs you can stay on them as long as they seem to be working and are not causing you alot of bad side effects. If my memory is correct my mom was on Taxotere along with Gemzar for about 8-9 months. It was her 4th type of chemo and she became very fatigued so decided she had had enough and opted to stop treatment. But had she not decided that who is to say how... (2 replies)
... None, because no one can give you or anyone a time line as to how long someone has to live. I know people that were given 6 and 9 months to live and 8 9 even 15 years later they are still alive and well. Richard Block was one of them. He lived 22 years after they told him he had 3 to 6 months to live. ... (3 replies)
... and I know MANY that have been told they have 3, 6, 9 months to live, and 2, 3, 5, 8, years later they are still here. ... (2 replies)
... like she was going to pass out, my father rushed her to the hospital. They ran some blood tests and they told her that she had vertigo and sent her home. Seven months later almost the same thing happened to her again, but this time she started seeing double vision and we noticed she was talking funny. ... (4 replies)
... ision and couldn't stand up, my father took her to emergency room and that is when they did an mri of the brain and found the tumors. She really had no signs of lung cancer. They did an xray of her chest 2 months before she was diagnosed and her doctor who is a pulmonologist said that her chest was clear and she was healthy. ... (2 replies)
... to see if the cancer has spread else where. ... (0 replies)
... I don't know what help I can be but I will try. I know the hurt and I am there with you. When the spot on his lung was found they assumed it was an infection. They said at his age of 33, there is no way it can be anything cancer related. Then we got a biopsy done. ... (41 replies)
... ray that he did not have lung cancer. ... (41 replies)
... My brother, 49, passed away last year. He had stage IIIB nc lung cancer and had been diagnosed 9 months before he passed away. He had a bad cough. Got bronchitus quite often and then pnemonia. ... (15 replies)
... best friend was diagnosed with small cell lung cancer.One of our first clues was very low sodium,and increasing cough. ... (11 replies)
... What if we did nothing , he said she would last maybe 9 months. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for your emails. The internet is a wonderful place to meet people like you guys who have gone through similar experiences with loss. Right now we are unsure of everything. A week ago Brian was experiencing back pain and they did everything from Bone Scans, MRI, Cat scans, CT scans, even bone marrow.. everything seemed fine. Believe it or not.. the first hospital he was... (7 replies)
... months, that was in December. The chemo therapy did supress the cancer growth and he did very well up until this month. Now, the cancer has started spreading again, and he is sicker than ever. ... (10 replies)
... months to live. I have done so much research, and called all of the "best" clinics and hospitals. But unfortunately, with this lung cancer, all treatment plans are the same, So, taking him away from home would make no sense. ... (3 replies)
... ay to our Doctor office, Scott's hip broke. Our doctor 1st addressed the hip and made Scott as comfortable as possible and then told us that Scott had small cell lung cancer with mets and wanted Scott admitted to the hospital immediately. Again Scott said NO. ... (56 replies)
... It seems Lung Cancer is often not detected till its advanced..its very much a silent killer. Killer I say, as sadly the prognosis for long term survival, statistically is poor. ... (7 replies)


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