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Yes, I completely sympathise on the waiting pain. I wish you all the best for your PET and bronchoscopy (both were fairly uneventful for me). As I am a bit further on and have come to terms with my diagnosis, the anxiety is now around what kind of treatment they will recommend. Where are you being treated? I am at UCLH which is supposedly one of the best places, but would be interesting to compare notes as we go on our treatment plans, as most others on here are US based so reckon there could be some differences to UK-based practices.

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Hi thanks for the reply, I have just had the PET SCAN today, the MRI results came back clear of cancer in my brain so that's a good thing I'm in Dorset but being treated in Somerset, I hope the bronchoscopy is soon even though I'm actually dreading having it done lol, hope your well 

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I didn't find the bronchoscopy to be too bad. Sore throat for a day or two from the breathing tube. You'll need to have someone drive you home (due to the anesthetic) but you should be released in just a few hours.

Glad things are moving along for you.

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Agree with both Lexie and Judy. The bronchoschocopy wasn't at all uncomfortable for me. I'm guessing I will have another in the next few months and am not stressing at all. FWIW.

Peace

Tom

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