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My wife was facing some health issues which got serious with time. When we went for diagnosis, doctor assumed it be the cancer and recommended CT scan. Report illustrated that she is having multiple ground nodules in both lungs. Doctor told us that she has Adenocarcinoma and as the GGO's are in both lungs, it is certain that both are affected. We were just shocked to know that it is the advanced stage of cancer that she is going through.
I'm copying something that I saw posted on another one of our social media platforms.
Survivor Conga line! (Insert Gloria Esteban singing: Come on baby shake your body do the conga!)
Tell us how long You have been living, loving and laughing since you were diagnosed! OR since you became a lung cancer caregiver/advocate (everyone can play)
I became a lung cancer caregiver and advocate September 13, 2002 (14 yrs ago-went to work for LUNGevity in 2010) and I am a 21 year cervical cancer survivor and 2 year genetic liver disease (stage 4) survivor.
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Hi Donna thanks for kicking off today's "AIR"
WOW your heat and my heat down in Texas will almost be the same this week. That's weird and crazy!! I can almost hear ConnieB slinging a few curse words about it.
Glad to see you posting. I hope, aside from the heat, you are doing well.