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Rose53

Joined: 01 Apr 2006

Posts: 6

Location: Michigan

Posted: Wed Mar 07, 2007 6:03 pm Post subject: Dazed and Confused.....and scared

Hi all......

Had NSLC surgically removed in Feb 05 and considered myself cancer free until today. Was told that I have a Squamous Cell Carcinoma on my left vocal cord, confirmed through biopsy. Waiting to see radiation therapist ASAP.

Has anybody experienced CA popping up anywhere else, and do I have to move to a different support board?

Thanks for listening.......Rose

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Jan 2005 - Flunked stress test ordered because of chest pain. Chest X-ray revealed 2cm mass on left lung between 2 lobes...developed pneumothorax after needle biopy...in-patient. PET scan and CT guided needle biopsy confirm early stage nslc. After Mediastinoscopy Thoracotomy on Feb 17, 2005 with removal of left upper lobe. No chemo or radiation needed.

Developed GERD

follow-up CT Scans and X-rays NED

July 2006 Brain MRI - NED

starting dry cough, pain between shoulder blades..don't worry as per pulmonary specialist...OK then

March 7, 2007 - Squamous Cell Carcinoma on vocal cord...waiting to start radiation

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Hi Rose,

Sorry to hear about the complication. I would think that this board is still the right place for any concerns or support you want to give, get or share.

I had a bout with Squamous Cell also, about a year into my SCLC. I looked around for other sites but my focus and main concern were the SCLC so this has always been my home base.

I've dropped in and dropped out from time to time but still return like a prodigal son or a lost sheep.

Prayers and best wishes.

John

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  • 2 weeks later...

No, no, no you do not have to go anywhere else! We are here for you. I am so sorry for all you are going through. I could only imagine how scared you are to find out this beast has come back.

Please keep us updated on what treatments you are getting and how you are doing.

Glad you are here. We are always here for you 24/7

Maryanne

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