Julie in SoCal Posted April 18, 2017 Share Posted April 18, 2017 Greetings Friends! Last Thurs I had a biopsy of the mystery meat in my left lung and the results have came back as adenocarcinoma, non-small cell lung cancer, not melanoma. So the plan is to have surgery to remove the lung lobe with the tumor "Larry" in it and some lymph nodes If the cancer has not spread to my lymph nodes, then surgery should be all that I need. If it has spread, then I'll need more treatment, but I'm getting ahead of myself. Just trying to stay in today but this is all I know. The hospital is organizing all that is needed for surgery, but it's not an emergency. Any words of wisdom in getting through a VATS Lobectomy? Thanks! Shalom, Julie Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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