Oct 05, 2006 - 8:26 pm
my dad went was noraml with no symptoms at all,during a routine medical checkup and found mass in rt upper lobe, x rays , ct scans, bronscopy results not confirm any diagnosis hence he went for direct surgical removal of mass by lobectomy, and bopsy he was diagnosied of stage 2A NSSLC adenocarcinoma 3 weeks ago......................now he is recovering slowly from surgery and mri scan was taken for teh full body and it seems to be clear, the doctors suggest we have to take chemotherapy further....................
can anyone of u advice me wat should be done next
what are the best drugs with less side effects of the treatment?
in total anyone can give your views on the possible prognosis of my dad case, how good wil he respond to treatment and how will be life here after the hopes of surviving a peacful painless life?
please give ur experiences