Are you a man affected by cancer, if so can you help with some research
LorraineD11 hours ago
hello all, below are details from a research project looking for men who have viewed support services as part of managing their cancer. Plea...
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Changing from crizotinib to ceritinib
nannyjanny2 days ago
My husband is about to change from crizotinib to ceritinib and I was wondering if anyone else had done this. I would be grateful for any adv...
Are you receiving or have you received immunotherapy for non small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) in the last 12 months?
JanetteR573 days ago
I've had a request from Patient Power for help from UK lung cancer patients who may be eligible to take part in a survey about their experie...
Wifey1234 days ago
Hi everybody, Im new to the group so thought I'd introduce myself! My husband was diagnosed stage 4 NSCLC on 23rd December 2014 age 32. He i...
Molly19595 days ago
My husband was diagnosed with non small cell lung cancer that had spread to his liver bones and spine. Thought this was supposed to be slow ...
seasidebob7 days ago
I've just had my second treatment with Pembrolizumab and the side effects of severe headaches that I suffered after the first treatment were...
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How can I get him to eat post lobectomy?
sylviesinc9 days ago
My husband had a lobectomy last Wednesday by keyhole surgery. He is now cancer free so, very lucky, however, he is 77 and had lost around 2 ...
Squamous lung cancer recurrence
Millisa10 days ago
Hi, my dad had 3 months of chemotherapy then successful surgery 2 years ago for t1n2m0 nsclc. He recently found a lump in his neck that was ...
Tracyd0212 days ago
Hello, my mum has just been diagnosed with lung cancer metastatic lymph node bone cancer. I'm just researching as much as I can before our m...
karenmarriott9912 days ago
My mom has just completed a week of radiotherapy for lung cancer. She got through chemo successfully and was quite well for most of the tim...
Lung Cancer Resources Webinar on Thursday
tclementi17 days ago
When you or a loved one is diagnosed with lung cancer, you can’t help but feel alone. But you are not! There are resources to help you and y...
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Dismal17 days ago
My husband has been off I'll since July. Today he had a meeting with his boss and the upshot is that they want to end his contract and give ...
derekd18 days ago
61 year old, been smoking for 50 years.
three weeks on chompix, baccy has run out so here goes day one.
justshight8420 days agoPOPULAR
Mum passed away Wednesday after finishing 6 weeks radiotherapy week before to get rid of it..in shock at the moment this was not her plan sh...
YorkiieJo12320 days ago
I am due to start the above treatment once I am a little stronger.
I have ademocarcenoma in my lungs and liver. It is the mucous type.
Dexter6820 days ago
Further to my previous post, can any of you give me some indication of what is expected with the above diagnoses. Mum will be starting of G...
Dismal24 days ago
My husband saw his consultant today. The tumour is almost gone, he will now get some radiotherapy to his chest. Also needs investigations fo...
Chest infection tips
Hope1972a month ago
My mam has stable nsclc 3a & copd however the last 2 weeks she has had a virus which has caused her to have a nasty cough and has required s...
Birchley1a month ago
I was diagnosed last year with lung cancer I had a right upper lobectomy and went through chemo
In December 16 my scan was 100% clear so was ...
Moroccanoila month ago
Hi can any one tell me if when you was having your scans and biopsy. Did you get results straight away? As they have told my husband to come...
YorkiieJo123a month ago
Thank you for your suggestions of help.
At long last my own oncologist is back. I went last Thursday determined to get action from ...
Hi everyone I'm new to this group but I'm hoping you can help me get through this terrible time.my husband was diagnosed with lung cancer th...
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Dismala month ago
I saw my counsellor at the cancer support centre today. It doesn't change anything but it's good to have someone neutral to talk to and cry ...
Nineteen years and still here!
Billcula month agoPOPULAR
In 2000, I was diagnosed with inoperable NSCLC. A devastating thing for anyone. I was treated at the Beatson in Glasgow, with chemotherapy...
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Molly1959a month ago
Hi my hubby was diagnosed with lung,liver,bone and spine cancer on the 27/0917 he died on 28/09/17 he only lasted 30 days from being diagnos...
Here we go
onedart1a month ago
Surgery Wednesday, upper right lobe , what to expect afterwards please , nappy time lol xxxx
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Growing fatigue and getting no answers
tdes69a month ago
Hi am stage IV adenocarcinoma diagnosed August 2014, been on afatinib 20 mg all this time.
Fortunately still here but the last 6 months have ...
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Julesgettingtherea month ago
Hello everyone, its just Jules here, on behalf of mum (and now me)
Sorry I have been gone so long, life is surrounding me, things aren't gre...
Stage 4 lung cancer
Coshmeister1970a month ago
Hi. Mum has just been diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. Just waiting to see if it’s treatable (only possible option is to try and shrink i...
A positive nsclc 3a lung cancer
My mam was diagnosed with nsclc 3a in March this year and after having a roller coaster of a yr my mams cancer is now "stable disease".
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