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... but the thing thats keeping me going is my mam is a very positive and happy person and this doesnt seem to phase her at all ! ... (7 replies)
... how you must be feeling. the only thing i can say is now she is not in pain and free from this horrible disease. i realize that may not be much comfort right now when this is all so raw.hopefully you can find whatever answers you are looking for and able to have some closure . i think we always ask did we do the right thing... ... (3 replies)
Too young to leave
Oct 10, 2003
... On August 31, 2003, my son went home to be with our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. He was only 28. He was diagnosed with Lung Cancer last year about this time. ... (4 replies)

... She basically gave up living that day. It's a sad thing to watch as all she does is sit and sleep in her recliner. She has gone thru a couple rounds of chemo and radiation but lately she is going down hill fast. ... (10 replies)
... Don't go by what was done years ago, what a family member had done or by wild stories people will tend to tell you. Cases are individual and medicine has come a long way. ... (8 replies)
... My mom has NSCLC stage IV and thou she has now stopped chemo and is in hospice she made it longer the the doctors gave her. Six months with no treatment maybe a year with treatment, she was diagnosed in July 2004. SCLC and NCSLC are quite different. ... (35 replies)
... Thanks for your emails. The internet is a wonderful place to meet people like you guys who have gone through similar experiences with loss. Right now we are unsure of everything. ... (7 replies)
... Sorry to hear that your husband has cancer. ... (46 replies)
... Hi and welcome to the forum. People here are great and very supportive. I read your post and wanted to answer, I dont know if it will help or not. I am 58yrs old with Stage IIIB lung cancer and I still smoke. ... (5 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)
Just wondering
Sep 1, 2007
... What a great father in law you are. It is so 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. ... (9 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)
... I have heard of similar situations. My partner was diagnosed in January with stage 4 lung cancer. They did not think the cancer was originating in the lung either but they did a whole body CT Scan. It has been a nightmare since we found out. All of the same emmotiions you are feeling are what we went through. ... (4 replies)
... It turned out that the lump in her throat was cancer, a pretty large tumor that almost covered the windpipe. We'd had one question answered as to why my mum had so much trouble swallowing. ... (1 replies)
Concerned Sister
Mar 29, 2007
... Just over a year ago my sister was diagnosed with Inflammatory Breast Cancer. Although a very rare form of breast cancer, it is extremely aggressive and had spread quite extensively when we first found out. ... (1 replies)
Concerned Sister
Mar 29, 2007
... Just over a year ago my sister was diagnosed with Inflammatory Breast Cancer. Although a very rare form of breast cancer, it is extremely aggressive and had spread quite extensively when we first found out. ... (2 replies)
Nodule in Lung
May 19, 2005
... or tissue types "stand out" to better show the presence of disease or injury. CT contrast highlights specific areas in an image or "dyes" it. ... (38 replies)
... I was thinking the same thing. It's very difficult to try and figure out where "things" are when my sister herself isn't asking the questions but I do respect her choices so will continue to try and research and ask questions here. ... (3 replies)
... My mom was diagnosed with Small Cell Lung cancer that spread to her liver. We found out on Valentines day this year, she is 53. ... (6 replies)
... So earlier today, coughing with a fever of 100.1 ...My hubby took me to the ER where they did strep test, checked for mono, etc. ... (3 replies)


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