My husband was diagnosed with Stage IV NSCLC in June of 2016 since he had cancer in the pleura of his right lung. Thankfully, a pleurodesis helped him after taking off 3 liters of fluid, but since cancer was in his chest wall, only chemo was an option. My husband took 8 rounds of chemo, but unfortunately the cancer has spread to other areas, including his bones and the T10 in his spine. He took his first infusion of generic Keytruda two weeks ago, and is to take his second infusion in a week. As his caregiver, it is so hard to see the pain he is in, even though he has morphine and hydrocodone. As of today, he will begin radiation treatments on his belly for his severe pain. This disease is so terrible. It has taken a man who could do anything and caused him to become so nauseus, tired, in so much pain, and so much trouble breathing, that the life he knew is now over. He can no longer walk or he can't breathe, he doesn't want to move much or his pain gets worse. Has anyone had a loved one gone through lung cancer that has been this aggressive and had chemo keep the loved one alive but not stop the cancer from spreading. Thank you.