rtaylor4012 Posted December 2, 2015 Share Posted December 2, 2015 It has been 16 months since the discovery of my lung cancer. I was never a smoking and development the disease because of a mutated EGFR gene. I was a very healthy male at the age of 54, who exercised daily and was stocked when we discovered the cancer. I had a seizure from the mass on my brain. This meant I was stage IV patient before they discovered lung cancer. We started with aggressive treatment for lung cancer, lung and lymph surgery, neurosurgery, radiation, chemo and then oral chemo. You must push your clinical providers for questions and answers and get second opinions. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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