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... the season...keep in touch...love ya... ... (6 replies)
... 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. How could they brush off the pain in her jaw with the condition she was in? ... (10 replies)
... 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. How could they brush off the pain in her jaw with the condition she was in? ... (10 replies)

... ray and CT were normal, I'm wondering if your pain isn't lung related at all. ... (2 replies)
... I am no expert, but here in the USA if a chest X ray suspected lung cancer they would have called you in and not made you wait for your appt, So I feel not hearing from the Dr. is a good thing. ... (6 replies)
... My husband was diagnosed in October 2005. He has a pleural effusion on his right side and the tumor is also on the right side. ... (4 replies)
... I don't know if it's cx but it sounds like something muscular. I get a burning sensation in my shoulder blades if I stand too long and sit in one position for too long. The tingling could be caused by a pinched nerve that goes down your arm. ... (5 replies)
Chest Pain
Jan 17, 2004
... I was due to visit the doctor on Friday, but woke to no pain so cancelled appointment. ... (9 replies)
... never apolize. you want answers but so sorry i dont have them. lost my hubby in Nov. ... (1 replies)
... sister's lung cancer and her chances, but now I'm dealing with things and my own body. It really is disconcerting how fast your body changes. ... (10 replies)
... 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)
... I started this whole mess in December 2002. ... (0 replies)
... smoker and had no symptoms. The lung mass was found by accident when I was having a CT to check out my prostate for possible cancer which was neg. It was 7 X 5.5cm. ... (6 replies)
... I posted this message below in another string, it may help you with your husband's surgery and what to expect. My husband's situation was similar. ... (6 replies)
... They found my lung cancer totally by accident during a CT. They were looking for prostate cancer that turned out to be negative. I had lung symptoms, some for years but as I was a lifelong non smoker the docs kept telling me it was allergies or valley fever etc. ... (10 replies)
... Sorry I didn't get back to you sooner but I have been on a rooler coaster here. I would be glad to try and answer your questions though. I'm 54 years old and smoked for 38 years. ... (16 replies)
... I am new to this board, although not to extensive stage small cell lung cancer. I've been dealing with SCLC for 10, LONG, months. ... (3 replies)
... the leg pain does not necessarily mean that the cancer has spread there. but this is a symptom that cancer patients get a lot, apparently. this can be caused by blood clots in the legs sometimes, triggered by chemo sometimes, and sometimes there are other reasons. ... (8 replies)
... My husband was suppose to go into the hospital over night just to get some platelets in his blood because they were so low. That night turned into 2 weeks. All his levels were so low during the next day that they shipped him down to ICU. ... (41 replies)
... I am new to the lung cancer as well. I am with my father 72 years old and has had lung cancer now for 15 months that we know of. He has opted no more treatments, because it will not cure him only prolong his life. ... (9 replies)


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