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Hello my name is Janet. I am a three time ling cancer survivor. I have had two surgery and one chemotherapy and radiation. I was first diagnosed in 2000. I am grateful I am still here. I deal with a great deal of pain. It does get me down at times. I am grateful I am here and get to spend time with my grandchildren. Most times my family pretend nothing is wrong with me. To hard for them. I thank God for my two daughters. They are always there for me. I also have Jesus as my personal Savior. He has kept me through it all.

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  • Hi Janet, my name is Patty. I have non-small cell lung cancer stage III, right upper lobe removed, chemo and radiation. At this time I am also in remission and I've only had to go through at one time. I prayed for you, what a inspiration you Are to others. I have one daughter and three grandchildren and I have Jesus who walks with me hand-in-hand minute by minute. I to deal with a lot of pain and look for word to talking to you more later on. Take care and God bless

  • Hi Patty. We are both blessed. Thank u for praying for me. I look forward to getting to know u. Janet

  • #@twin60. Did you have 2 surgeries because surgery was no longer an option on the third. I have had 2 also but was told that if a third cancer is found then surgery is not an option. I am curious what your pain is. From the surgeries or the chemo. I have 2 granddaughters that I adore. I was first diagnosed in 2007 & second one in 2011. I just saw my oldest gran graduate from high school. So consider myself blessed. If it s any help my family totally ignores the fact I had even one lung cancer, never asks hoe I'm feeling. Good future for you

  • Hello. Thank u so much for the support. I coukdn have surgery the third time because of the location of the cancer. I believe most of. My pain is coming from my surgery. Do u have any pain?

  • My 2 surgeries were right side incision under right breast around to back the second was left lung with incision mostly on my back sort of like a j then around my side to under my breast & even this many years later I have a hard time with bras because I am very sensitive where my incisions are. I'm not sure the different pains I feel in my chest is from the surgery but I suspect it is. Where was your 3rd cancer. If I get a 3rd in my lung I can't have more surgery so much of my lungs is gone but I never asked my dr if I could have surgery if it spread to other places. I'll ask that my next visit

  • My prayers are with you and I a green the surgical area seem to be causing me the most pain under the right breast around my back very hard to wear a bra. Trying the DoTerra oils and have great results on last pet scan. 🙏🙏🙏🙏

  • I have a hard time with bras, too. Snap in the front, snap in the back, difficult to figure them out. My wife usually helps me get hers off. ;-)

  • God will never leave you nor forsake you. Knowing Christ as your personal Savior will strengthen you each day. God bless you. You are a strong woman.

  • Thank you so much for your support.

  • Hi Janet:

    Thank you for joining this community.

    I'm sorry to hear about all you have endured, but am glad to hear that you are a still a strong survivor. Your insight, after surviving through this THREE times, will be invaluable to others in this community who are new to this disease.

    Welcome to the Free to Breathe HealthUnlocked community, Janet.

    -Travis

  • Janet,

    Thank you for sharing your difficult journey, you are a warrior! I wonder if peer-to-peer support might be a welcome lift to you? If you are interested, please don't hesitate to call me at the Free to Breathe Support Line (1-844-835-4325), I'd be glad to give you the contact information to get set up with a fellow traveler. Virtual hugs.

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