Fay A. Posted October 14, 2004 Share Posted October 14, 2004 So many of us are diagnosed with Lipomas after a diagnosis of Lung Cancer, and then quite a few of us have subsequently learned that what we have/had was actually a subcutaneous skin met. How can we distinguish between the two when our Physicians will not biopsy? What do we look for? There are clinical trials going on for the Lung Cancer vaccine where vaccine can be made from skin mets if they are large enough. Thank you. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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