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  1. Hello fellow survivors and caregivers. I have a difficult decision to make and would appreciate your feedback. Can I avoid more Chemo? Advice appreciated, details below... This summer I was diagnosed with NSCLC lung cancer (Stage 3B), and I've since been through chemo, radiation and successful surgery to remove my upper left lobe. My oncologist initially said he would be okay with just doing observation (CT scans every 3 months) as a next step rather than adjuvant chemo after my surgery. He said the Tumor Board was split on their opinion of doing more chemo vs observation, and I
  2. Hello fellow survivors and caregivers. I have a difficult decision to make and would appreciate your feedback. Can I avoid more Chemo? Advice appreciated, details below... This summer I was diagnosed with NSCLC lung cancer (Stage 3B), and I've since been through chemo, radiation and successful surgery to remove my upper left lobe. My oncologist initially said he would be okay with just doing observation (CT scans every 3 months) as a next step rather than adjuvant chemo after my surgery. He said the Tumor Board was split on their opinion of doing more chemo vs observation, and I
  3. Hi Again! I was diagnosed with Small Cell Lung Cancer in 2015, and am in remission. I had 5 treatments of Chemo, and 6 weeks of radiation, followed by 10 days of brain radiation. I felt so horrible for well, just getting a little better now in March of 2017. I already had a diagnosis of Depression before treatment, but now it seems to have taken hold and is overwhelming. Has anybody else experienced no energy, sleeping all the time, and increased depression as long as 2 years after treatment? My Oncologist says it it due to my use of pain killers which I have taken for at least 10 y
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