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    Lung cancer patient/survivor

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  1. Thank you everyone for the resource links, sage advice, hope, compassion and concern. I've not talked about any of these things with anyone since my initial diagnosis and it felt good to get it off my chest. I knew that sharing here would be easy since we are all on the same path of sorts. And to LUNGevityKristin in particular -- I think that my doctor did biomarker testing because when I was diagnosed Stage IV, he registered me for 2-trials and told me that they would use tissue from the original biopsy to determine if I was a candidate. Unfortunately I was not. I'm not sure about mutati
  2. Thank you Tom. You've given me new hope!!
  3. I’m a 62-year old man with Stage IV Non Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) In May of 2017 I was diagnosed with Stage 1 Non Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) in my left lung, and I was scheduled for surgery within the next 2-weeks. It was devastating news for me and my partner Bob of 30-years and we had much difficulty accepting the news, not to mention my 26-year old nephew who lived with us and whose own mother had died from lung cancer some 10-years prior. On the scheduled day, I got up at 3 AM and showered with surgical soap as instructed, and by 5 AM I was making my way across the still dark
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