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Lung Cancer Diagnosis....tumor That Is 1/4 Size Of His Lung. Any Advice?

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Lung Cancer Diagnosis....tumor That Is 1/4 Size Of His Lung. Any Advice?

Postby leod » Wed Mar 01, 2017 10:09 pm

Consult Pulmonary Oncosurgeon at good Institute.

Chest Contrast CT is needed.

Actual staging and possibility of Surgery will be decided.

Surgical removal of diseased lung followed by chemo/radiotherapy depending on stage and as per advise of DOC. is best option.

Early the better.
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Lung Cancer Diagnosis....tumor That Is 1/4 Size Of His Lung. Any Advice?

Postby Carel » Wed Mar 01, 2017 10:11 pm

'excess of impurities' in blood is responsible for the onset of cancer. Acupressure and natural remedies may solve Ur Dad's problem; provided all the stipulated instructions are complied with most scrupulously like rituals.If he is a smoker, he should stop smoking to prevent further damage to the lungs.
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Postby Creedon » Wed Mar 01, 2017 10:14 pm

I think your dad should see a specialist in this area.
I believe his Dr diagnosed him correctly but now it's time for the specialist.
A lot of lung cancer patient can survive with one lung if the cancerous one is removed.
You said the tumor is in one lung.
Is the Dr thinking of removing the tumor? Or is he just going to start treatments.
This is why more than one opinion is always needed.
That way, your dad can see what is the best course of treatment.
No one should ever take only one opinion in something this serious.
I wish your dad the best.
Let us know what happens.
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Postby Naftalie » Wed Mar 01, 2017 10:18 pm

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Lung Cancer Diagnosis....tumor That Is 1/4 Size Of His Lung. Any Advice?

Postby MacAllen » Wed Mar 01, 2017 10:28 pm

I have advice for you, both my parents had cancer.
Expect the best but prepare for the worst.
Not saying how this will turn out, because every cancer patient is different and their symptoms and experiences are never the same, but we would always feel we were out of the woods and it would come back or appear somewhere else.
Spend a lot of time with him.
Keep him comfortable.
And be there for him.
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