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Everything posted by never2late

  1. Your Dads situation is similar to mine. I think right now you are probably overwhelmed with a "fear of the unknown" and have more questions than answers. In time you will get answers and a course of action will develop. I pray for the best for your Dad.
  2. Don - Congrats on the 4 years! I get a lot out of reading your posts. Thanks (and how's the harmonica playing coming along?).
  3. Thank you, again, for your warm welcomes and support. Ernie (ernrol) - we have both now done a half-marathon!! I'm thinking of doing another one. Let me know if you decide to do one. Susan (fillise) - tell your niece that NC State is a great college to attend. I graduated from State in 1976. Go Wolfpack!! Don (Don M) - I think playing the harmonica is a great idea! Let me know how it goes. I look forward to possibly hearing you play it one day. I did run in the OBX Half-Marathon this past weekend and had said that I would post a race report here. However, during the race it occured t
  4. Thank you, all, for the warm welcome. It is nice to know that there are others who understand what I am going through. I speak freely to others about lung cancer and my experiences in hopes of educating them on the disease but I don't find many survivors who can relate to what I go through. It is nice that I have now found a group who can relate! I like to run and I think about how fortunate I am to be able to do so. I am running in a half marathon this weekend and, in addition to running for myself, I will be running for all survivors who can't. Report to follow the race....
  5. Hello, My name is Jerry. I'm a 54 year old male cancer survivor writing this today in hopes of presenting a positive story for others in dealing with lung cancer. When I went for a routine physical in January of 2006, I had no symptoms of any kind. I asked for a chest X-ray only because I had smoked for many years (I quit in 1999). The X-ray showed a mass the size of a lemon in my left lung. I was diagnosed with COPD and Stage 1B lung cancer in February of 2006. In March I had half of my left lung removed and had 4 rounds of chemo from June - July. In addition, I developed issues with m
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