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Cancer: Lung Board Index
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... options. My dad who was 49 at the time, back in May was diagnosed with Extended Small Cell Lung Cancer. ... (0 replies)
... My mom is a nonsmoker with NSCLC Adenocarcinoma. She does not have a family history of lung cancer. She was 80 when we discovered the lung cancer. ... (4 replies)
... I really don't know what liver spike means. My mother was diagnosed with Stage IV Lung Cancer Sept. 2006 and she passed away July 28, 2007. She had 15 radiation treatments to her brain, because when they diagnosed her there were many lesions in her brain. She also had atiny lesion on her left lung and lymph node. ... (2 replies)

... I am glad that your mom is finally able to come home. Back in the beginning my mom only spent 3 days in the hospital and all she could think about was going home. ... (4 replies)
Jan and Ron
Jan 24, 2006
... I am glad to hear that things have been going ok as I said I think of you guys all the time and the fact we are all in the same positon as far as treatments for our loved ones.I pray that we are all given some more good times before the bad set in. ... (5 replies)
... My mom died 1.5 yrs ago from NSCLC she was 82. We looked into cyberknife for her liver mets but because her insurance company dragged its feet and refused it by the time we decided to to see about doing it without their help she had too many mets in her liver to do. ... (3 replies)
... but I watched both my parents die of cancer within 2 years of each other not long ago. ... (53 replies)
Tjr and Lady J
Jul 31, 2004
... It sounds like you and I are pretty much in the same boat. With Scott, they also found new spots, some significant. Currently, he is back on chemo and radiation. The 1st concern was getting his left lung open, it was completely blocked, and moving into the right. ... (6 replies)
... rney when you talk about your relationship with your mom. I think there is no bond that comes close to the mother daughter bond, especially once we become adults and see what they have endured for us. We learn to appreciate them and that only strengthens that bond. ... (4 replies)
Just wondering
Sep 1, 2007
... very helpful to have someone do some research so one knows their options. I was that person in my family as I have to know what I am facing.Often the person with cancer prefers to live in denial and not do any research. People like Faith are pretty rare. My mom had stage IV NSCLC and fought it hard for 2. ... (9 replies)
... sized tumor in his left bronchus and then spots on two of his ribs, in his spine, and in his left femur. ... (4 replies)
... probably was the determining factor...from my novice knowledge...radiation will work well on a particular site..but once it has spread...chemo is probably the only option...as the cancer is already moving throughout the body...and chemo is the best bet...I am so sorry for your loss.....lost my Dad 10 years ago... ... (1 replies)
... My Brother in law was diagnosed as Stage IV small cell aggressive lung cancer which had progressed to liver, lungs and now is in his brain. ... (3 replies)
... eady spread, or in some cases the person is too great of a surgical risk meaning they would probably die during surgery because of other health issues. If it was only as easy as just cutting out a lung. ... (5 replies)
Lung Cancer
Nov 3, 2005
... i too had lung cancer and in one lymph node. i was dx oct. 2004. i had surgery, chemo and radiation. it was very hard, but i had a good outcome. i finished everything in june 2005 was doing good. then sept.2005 it met to my brain. ... (5 replies)
... He was diagnosed last May '04. He had extensive chemo and radiation treatments. ... (4 replies)
... therapies has prompted me to highlight a few items from my reading as a catalyst for further discussion. ... (34 replies)
... I had a carcinoid tumor also but mine was in the center right lobe which was removed as well as some nodules. It was also marginal as to whether the entire lung should have been removed as there was little bronchial tissue left to reconnect the upper and lower lobes. ... (7 replies)
... yrs later. I am sure there is the flip side too people that had further treatment and then had the cancer come back. No one but God knows what will happen so we have to make choices and put our faith in it being the right choice for us. ... (9 replies)
... My Dad was diagnosed with extensive stage small cell lung cancer in Jan 05. The Doctor said he had maybe 1 year. The cancer has spread to his lymphnodes and to the Liver. Since it is already in the Liver they can't use Radiation, only Chemo. ... (2 replies)




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