Peachy Posted August 19, 2007 Share Posted August 19, 2007 Although I was diagnosed with Stage IV NSCLC in April 2007, I have opted to defer treatment in order to spend some vacation time with my family. I am feeling good with no symptoms other than sligh nausea and lightheadedness in the mornings. This subsides after I eat some dry crackers. A radiation oncologist told me that I would never feel as good as I do now. I hesitate to put my family through such a horrible ordeal with the chemotherapy and whole brain radiation. Am I wrong to prefer quality over quantity of life? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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