A trial looking at stereotactic ablative radiotherapy for non small cell lung cancer (SARON)
OllieScott2 days ago
This trial is funded by CRUK, sponsored by UCL and coordinated at UCL Cancer Trials Centre (UCL CTC) in London. We are unable to help advise...
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Looking after someone with Lung Cancer Information Needs Survey
We are looking to produce an information resource for people who look after someone affected by lung cancer.
It is your feedback that will in...
Latest part of the lung cancer journey .
diane552 days ago
Last week got admitted to hospital with another seizure caused ? By brachicardia pulse dropped to 35bpm due to ? Cardiac tumour .Anyway good...
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seasidebob3 days ago
Hi. I was diagnosed with right upper lung NSLC last December and had a lobeectory in March. The staging at that point was pT2aN1M0 as it had...
Jacs553 days ago
It is with much pain in my heart to say that sclc has beaten my hubby. He fought so hard many times we have been told that he wouldn't be he...
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Mum has been diagnosed with lung cancer yesterday.
Hopes773 days ago
I'm numb with shock and distress!
It's been a whirlwind the past two weeks.
My mum has been complaining for 12 months with an ache in her back...
Mikest14 days ago
I am 55 months non smoker with stage4 NSCC
I have been on crizotinib all treatment for 4 weeks. I believe it's got a 60 percent su...
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Research to help people living with and beyond cancer – Have your say and help us to improve the lives of people affected by cancer
OllieScott5 days ago
Are you a cancer patient first diagnosed as an adult?
Do you look after or have you looked after people who were first diagnosed with cancer ...
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Heart damage by blood clot following chemotherapy
kennetti5 days ago
This is my first post
My husband had a lobectomy in March followed by 4 cycles of chemotherapy.He was very healthy before the operatio...
Dismal6 days ago
Yesterday was awful. My husband's breathing deteriorated rapidly and he felt awful. I had to leave him at hospital which was so hard. He has...
Bexsta357 days ago
my mum has recently had a left lung lobectomy they removed the tumour it was 6.2 cm, test showed it had
not travelled to the lymph nodes. ho...
Delirium - infection, dexamethasone withdrawal or brain mets??
MissyD17 days ago
This may be a long post as it's been a stressful few days! I am interested to hear of anyone's experience of brain mets? What were the...
Scary ct scan of lungs
Vyvyen8 days ago
Hi, I had a ct scan of my lungs as the year before I had a that wouldn't go for ages and it had come back so had a ct scan as I have been a ...
Small Cell Lung Cancer Live Webinar this Wednesday
tclementi9 days ago
If you or your loved one are wondering what's the hope for small cell lung cancer, please register now for Patient Power's live webinar on W...
Ailsu9 days ago
My daughter Kay age 19 has been on crizotinib 3/12 months now. Latest ct scan reduced/invisible lesions and reduced/ not detectable lymph no...
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KAG12311 days ago
Hi my partner has sclc and has had chemo and radiotherapy. They are now advising to have preventative radiotherapy to the brain. Would like ...
susan_driscoll11 days ago
I am new here just trying to find out things,my Husband was diagnosed on 22/12/16 then came the news "terminal" we thought it was just the l...
Do you want to get involved in Awareness Month?
LorraineD13 days ago
We are planning a number of things for November, awareness month. these include:
1. A photo shoot in Liverpool next Thursday for ou...
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Study of Lifestyle and Quality of Life in Cancer
OllieScott13 days ago
A research team at Tulane University is conducting an online survey of individuals with cancer histories. We are particularly interested in ...
Lung cancer brain mets update
miasam14 days ago
Went to see oncologist monday she said to cut down the steriods again to 4 milagrams then a week later go to 2 milagrams. Has said they wont...
alice11115 days ago
So, my husband has been offered no treatment due to his co-morbidities of poor kidney treatment and CLL( in complete remission) ....He has ...
Nivolumab - what to expect?
MissyD115 days ago
So my mum is due to start Nivolumab this Wednesday! Her oncologist thinks this is the best way forward as her most recent scan showed some s...
Saddolly18 days ago
My mum has recently gone through 6 rounds of chemo and 6 weeks of chest radiotherapy, followed by 2 weeks of brain radiotherapy - f...
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diane5518 days ago
Just want share a positive thought ,I am now on 2mg of Dexamethasone daily and slept last night for a whole 51/2hours .Feeling like a human ...
Daisy4718 days ago
I had a removal of what was supposed to be a large cyst, In May this year. In June I I was told that following Thoracotomy for right upper l...
Chap-man19 days ago
We've been to see moms oncologist today , she's halfway through her chemo and the results from her scan were positive in the sense that the...
Looking for Help!
dscontroller20 days ago
I’m not sure where to post this information, but thought that I would start here to try and gain a better understanding of what is happening...
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Dismal21 days ago
So today was my husband's third chemotherapy. He's coping well with very few side effects. The staff are lovely and care for both of us.
Small Cell Lung Cancer
karenmarriott9921 days ago
My mom was diagnosed with small cell lung cancer in January this year. T4 N2 M0 - stage 3b. She was given 6 doses of Carboplatin on a 3 we...
Car fumes - potentially cause of Lung Cancer
Sandals22 days ago
Yesterday I received my 2nd dose of Chemo for Lung Cancer.
Originally it was diagnosed as “small cell lung cancer” after I’d had a bronchopa...
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