Sallysh Posted February 22 Share Posted February 22 I have stage IIIA Squamous cell cancer in my upper left lobe with one positive lymph node in the mediastinum close t the left lung. Because of that node my cancer was determined to be inoperable. I have had high dose radiation and chemotherapy (finishing chemo this week). Unofficial looks at the mini Ct scans done daily to ensure correct alignment show changes suggesting node is gone. My medical oncologist has referred me to a thoracic surgeon for preliminary evaluation and Ct. if no surgery immunotherapy with durvalumab. With all my questions and concerns, it hasn’t dawned on me to ask whwthe you can have immunotherapy AFTER surgery in my situation. I will certainly ask my growing team of doctors but wonder if anyone else has had this experience. If this is possible I would be able to get benefits of both, which has been a dilemma. Thanks Tom Galli 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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