Oct 28, 2006 - 12:42 am
My father in-law was diag with lung cancer. He is 65. He has two options weiging on him and our family. The treatment center is amazing where he is at right now. That is not the problem, the problem is when you haven't gone through this before what is the right decision...
They found a mass in lt upper lobe, x rays , ct scans, bronscopy results did confirm the diagnosis. No signs of spreading to esph or brain. It is contained in the lung a some lymph nodes attached to the lung.
There are options for removal of mass by lobectomy followed by treatment. But they might have to take the entire lung.
He was diagnosied of stage 2B NSSLC adenocarcinoma 2 weeks ago
can anyone of you advice me wat should be done next...
This is so confusing...We just don't know where to turn next...