Oxygen in a can
Had a lobectomy via thoracotomy March 1st. Right middle lobe. Experiencing bouts of shortness of breathe. Dr says it's to be expected. Had a friend suggest maybe trying oxygen in a can that athletes sometimes use for a pick me up. Have yet to ask the MD if that would be ok. I have used it when I played soccer and ran cross…
Pending biopsy results- very scared.
Hello all, i am am overwhelmed with the support on this page and am hoping someone can provide some feedback and encouragement for my current situation. I am a 27 year old only child to my wonderful parents. My mother, my best friend, my everything is pending her biopsy results for potential lung cancer. She has had a…
NSCLS Adeno Stage 2,need advice
Hello Everyone,My father is 61 years old and he was diagnosed with NSCLC Adeno about two months ago,and then a surgery was made to cut off the tumor in the lobe of bottom left lung.Acoording to what Surgeon said,the surgery was made successfully,all the visable tumor was cut off cleanly,after surgey,doctore sent the tumor…
I am a but new to this forum. I tried posting in another forum but do not know how to find it again or remember what its name was. I am a 30 year old female. In January a 3cm mass was discovered in my right middle lobe. Ended up being cancer. Scariest day of my life was when the dr called and confirmed. On march 1 2019 I…
Stage 2 lung cancer
my husband is fighting lung cancer. He is getting Keytruda/Chemo. He is having good results. We have two young grandchildren. I can’t seem to get a clear answer if it’s safe for them to be at around their paw paw while he is recovering from chemo. Can anyone help?
Pancoast Tumor / Pancoast Syndrome & CT Scan
This is long...but I could really use your help if you've had Pancoast Tumor diagnosed. I was wondering if any Pancoast Tumor patients / survivors would help me a bit. I recently moved 6 months ago to a remote, country area over an hour away from a quality cancer healthcare. Over the past year I had been gathering symptoms…
Just Diagnosed Extensive Small Cell Carcinoma
Hi, My father was diagnosed about 2 weeks ago (Early February 2019) with SCLC: Extensive. He's 70 years old but in otherwise perfect health, honestly, my father looks like he's in his 50s and the only medication he's on is for his blood pressure. He started having a recurring symptom, painless swelling in his left leg in…