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Cancer: Lung Board Index
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... Unfortunately there are very few happy endings with lung cancer. I lost not one but both of my parents to lung cancer. My dad in 1997 passed away 6 weeks after diagnosis. He also had an incompetant Dr with a terrible bedside manner. ... (4 replies)
... My mom passed away four weeks ago on this coming Tuesday. She had been diagnosed three years ago with lung cancer but had minimal symptoms until this past January. ... (8 replies)
Lung cancer?
Jan 5, 2006
... Lily, any of the above are not good things to have to deal with. IF she has any of those but cancer, be prepared for a tough battle and keep your strength up. Lymphoma and lupus are rough, very. I know those who have endured those. And, like cancer, they are or can be life takers. ... (4 replies)

Bad News
Jan 9, 2006
... I am afraid I have some bad news to share with all of you. My mom had her CT last week and we see the doctor on Wed. ... (14 replies)
... I read your thread on honoring your husband and my prayers go out to you for comfort and yes, there are so many thing between us that have a likeness. ... (41 replies)
... Sorry about your mom. I just thought you may want to her from someone that is going through what your mom is. I have stage II lung cancer with mets to the brain. I had surgery to remove upper right lobe and it had went to one lymph node also, had them removed. Went through chemo then radiation. ... (15 replies)
... om's second CT results since starting the Tarceva in Jan. 2005 for NSCLC . The first CT showed dramatic improvements. The 2nd CT shows some slight growth in some of the liver mets but the lung is stable. Dr. ... (0 replies)
... I still think the only sure way to find out is to have a needle biopsy if it in and area they can get to. With the needle biopsy they can get a pics of it and send it the lab and know what is going on in a day. ... (8 replies)
... Sorry to hear about the bad news. I am glad your daughter in law has someone as caring as you there for her as that will make the world of difference to her. ... (1 replies)
... being admitted, so you can be their ..due to the shortage in nursing staff many things go un attended to, like walking, coughing,drinking fluids, staying on top of the pain control... ... (46 replies)
... regardless if it's good or bad, it helps to know that there are other people out there that understand and we're not alone. ... (17 replies)
... Wow! You made me cry when I read your posting as I so can relate to it! My MIL lives 5 miles away and we are not to talk about that Stan is getting worse. ... (19 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)
... Your poor mom and all the suffering she had to go through at the end of her life. Also the worry and strain it put on your family. How sad. It seems the system failed her somewhere along the way. ... (10 replies)
... Your poor mom and all the suffering she had to go through at the end of her life. Also the worry and strain it put on your family. How sad. It seems the system failed her somewhere along the way. ... (10 replies)
... Bravo to you Janmarie!! Losing three members of my family to cancer and to see the tiptoeing around Drs that goes on makes me crazy. ... (2 replies)
... I have been reading some of your posts. This is a horriable disease, it will take your heart and soul if you let it. There are going to be so many good news bad news days ahead of you. Try to keep a positive attitude, prayer is a great way to find peace of mind and body. ... (46 replies)
... Dawa, this morning is the first time I have seen one of your posts. My heart goes out to your Mom, you and your family. Hospice is a wonderful organization and the people so caring and helpful. My parents were both Hospice patients and their doctor had to assign them to Hospice. ... (15 replies)
... CA...we have so much in common at this time in our lives. Thanks for your prayers and I'm becoming closer to God everyday. What really hit me about what you said, is that your mom is getting her "projects" done before she doesn't feel well. ... (11 replies)
... it was almost like you were inside my heart and mind and knew everything I was feeling. ... (46 replies)




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