monstermunch Posted November 7, 2020 Share Posted November 7, 2020 Hello everyone, after some help please with a Stage IV lung cancer in the right lung. There are two tumors approximately one the size of an orange and another smaller one around the size of a marble. A medical person we spoke to mentioned something about removing the whole lung wasnt probably going to be an option and I wondered if anyone knew why that might be? Also the medical person we were speaking to mentioned having progesterone instead of chemo and that it would "stop the growth" of the tumour. Has anyone ever heard of this? All my research so far only tells me that its the standard three options, surgery, chemo or radiation to treat lung cancer. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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