Hello Alikes!! I would love to talk to anyone out there that has inoperable NSCLC stage 4. I get so lost sometimes and it would be really great to have some others that know what I'm going thru. please please let me heat from you either in a comment or send me a message. tyvm for anyone taking the time to read this..I appreciate you!!
well I guess Ill introduce myself as a survivor, so far of stage 4 small cell lung cancer I was diagnosed Aug of 2020 I was told I should make my arrangements and prepare my family. There was nothing that could be done. while doing this I was feel experiencing severe chest pain and had read a few years previous of Apricot seeds could cure any kind of cancer had nothing to loose so gave it a try to help relieve the pain. I could feel my body healing like taking an antibiotic for infection. In Oct Doctors decided they would try so experimental treatments if one didn't work then another. A port was put in Oct 22 November 26 it had to be removed septics a new one put in 21 days of antibiotics but I still do the apricot seeds started the chemo do the matinees every 21 days 43 cm tumor can not be seen 17 cm tumor has 5 cm left I doing well still continue with 21 days treatment and my 1 a day of apricot seeds it did take time to build my body to taking them without stomach reactions but I do know they are the reason Doctors even stated any type treatment
hello, I was diagnosed with lung cancer in February. I have not started treatment but I am scheduled to begin Proton therapy and low dose chemo in the next week. I'm not a candidate for surgery as my tumor is on the upper lobe of my right lung. I have had three broncostomy, the last two to debunk the tumor. Just trying to see if anyone else has had a similar diagnosis and treatment plan.
On my 3rd lung cancer diagnosis. 1st in 2007, surgery 1/3 lung removal. 2nd 2012...post surgery was long, painful, and still have issues, so I decided to do hospice. 5 yrs of hospice when my family talked me into retesting. Words were...mom, you're not going anywhere, let's retest.🤭. Declared cancer free. On hospice, I gave up...ready to die. It was long, painful, and destructive for my family as well. 3rd diagnosis in 2020. This time...no surgery...no hospice! I will get up everyday, shower, dress, and live!! I will never lay on my back again, but get up and enjoy life every single day that I can. God is good🥰🥰
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Anxiety (Including GAD)