kimblanchard Posted June 21, 2003 Share Posted June 21, 2003 Hi, My husband recently found out that he has mets to his liver and bones. He has non-small LC with adeno and squamous cells. I realize that this cancer is hard to treat and I was wondering what kind of cancer cells are most likely in his liver and bones. Are they lung cancer type cancer cells? Does he have bone cancer in his bones or is it lung cancer that has spread to his bones? This may be a dumb question but I am ignorant in this area. If he has adeno and squamous in his bones, that would logically be much harder to treat than 'bone cancer'. I'm just curious about this (or maybe my mind is just wondering to worst case scenarios)...does anyone have any info on this? Thanks! Christina Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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