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Cancer: Lung Board Index
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... Kim, I think it isn't a cold, but I gues it could be just a very light one. It's so nice of you to check in with all of us when you have so much to do. Hope Stan is doing better. Can't tell you how much I think of you and Stan. ... (3 replies)
Update on Bud
Mar 19, 2006
... I have been reading all of the new posts and sure keep praying for a cure. I'm glad when people find this place of refuge because here, the walls come down and true comfort and support are for everyone..patient or caregiver. ... (7 replies)
... I know I'm usually all upbeat and fighting etc., but the last few weeks and especially last week was a tough one. ... (12 replies)

Frustration
Mar 24, 2006
... your mom. I am sorry your mom is being treated so unfairly. I know it is hard for you in the medical field to watch her not get the needed medical treatment in a timely manner. ... (4 replies)
... had more than your share! I don't have girls, but all my friends do so know what you are speaking of. I was just telling the kids tonight how painful it is as a parent to discipline but necessary. ... (34 replies)
Wheezing symptons?
May 28, 2007
... My mum has developed wheezing when she breathes, even at rest.She has never had this before. It does seem too much of a problem and her oncolgist was not duly concerned. He gave her her second round of chemo. ... (3 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)
Lost my dad :(
Feb 11, 2004
... well i have been a reg reader of this board since april of last year when i first found out my dad had lung cancer i've shared many tears with you all here but have never written to this board.. ... (4 replies)
Faith and food
Sep 22, 2007
... Hi Faith, I have been reading your post's just now and I feel that you are beginning to feel defeated. It is most likely the chemo treatment they have you on, maybe your white blood cells are down hence you feeling so exhausted. I mean I know you have every right to feel worn down. ... (3 replies)
Inoperable?
Mar 23, 2006
... My father was treated for a lingering cold for about 2 months. He was not responding to treatment. The doctor acted like he and my mother were being a pain because they kept complaining. My mother took him to the ER at a local hospital where they discovered tumors in his chest. ... (14 replies)




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