Hey guys. I'm 70 years young and diagnosed with matasticized stage 4 lung cancer right before Thanksgiving 2016. In 2013 had rectal cancer, surgeries, permanent ilieostomy, chemo, radiation, and oral chemo. The lung thingy was found in a preop chest X-ray for knee surgery. Knee op was cancelled. 😐 The biopsy showed that the lung was matasticized from the rectal cancer. Thought we had that behind us. Currently on IV chemo and oral chemo. Not sure what my odds are, but I'm not ready to cash in. I have several more hands to play. Not sure what to expect either, was told "chemo will be your new best friend". Anyone on here similar?