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Cancer: Lung Board Index
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... ll welcome any suggestions as to what should be done in this case on the side of the doctors and family members, and generally what would be the best for the patient. ... (1 replies)
... My mother was diagnosed with Stage IV Lung Cancer in Sept. 2006. My mother was a very healthy lady, she never missed her appts, always exercised, and tried to eat healthy as much as possible. ... (10 replies)
... get a second opinion if you don't trust the first. ... (8 replies)

... for the last year i never have been feeling good when i breath my chest hurts all the time my ribs hurt when i move all the time and i am always weak all the time. ... (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)
... that my shoulder pain was at bay, but until recently it's been bothering me a bit more, but not with increasing pain. Of course I wanted to try to self diagnose the culprit behind my shoulder pain, and all I kept getting was "the first signs of lung cancer is right shoulder pain". ... (5 replies)
... all the family dynamics....I can't even begin to imagine...you seem very strong...I am sorry for your pain...thanks for sharing...it should not ever have to be that way. ... (5 replies)
... I remember this like it was yesterday. I'd been dealing for the previous year with my father's colorectal cancer, being in a coma etc. My father was "cleared" for exactly one week before my mom was diagnosed. ... (5 replies)
... by cancer...whether as a victim...or a family member....gives you that warning...gives you that reminder...to enjoy each and every day...as long as you have...we all are born...we all will die...and it is what happens in between... ... (9 replies)
... law wants to sleep at the foot of my bed on the floor in my room to watch over my husband. ... (19 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. ... (41 replies)
... Thank you everyone for your posts. Molly and I have been around the boards a bit getting information and learning more and more. Thank you to you all, and you are in our prayers... ... (7 replies)
... I can feel the pain with you and your dad. I lost my dad on May 16th. He was only 64. He wa a 6 year survivor of lung cancer, It cme back so fast in the remaining lung. You will know when the time comes, my dad was told he was terminal and he was brave til the end. ... (9 replies)
... When my dad was ill with lung cancer we knew the end was near when he started sleeping more and becoming very disoriented. In his mind he was going back in time, he was reminising about old TV shows and talking in the past. ... (3 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. I know the sorrows and the pain of being the "other" person in the life of someone with lung cancer. ... (8 replies)
Hope
Dec 9, 2005
... I have not posted for awhile as I have actually been sleeping instead of spending part of the night on the internet. I highly recommend sleep which as I know is a bit too uncommon when you are dealing with a loved ones illness. ... (1 replies)
... e suffered with anxiety and depression, but this time things do feel different for me, but its hard to determine if its in me making things worse, yes i admit in the past i have had symptoms that are so bad that turned out to be nothing..... ... (0 replies)
... I was scheduled for a upper right lobectomy in November of last year due to a situation VERY simular to yours. I had two nodules one in each lung the largest one being 6mm. Like you, I had NO symptoms either. ... (6 replies)
Dad wants to know
Mar 31, 2003
... I know there is no answer to his question. My father has had lung cancer now for a year. ... (3 replies)
... So we all know that we are genetically suceptible to this devastating disease. ... (3 replies)


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