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Lung Cancer Information Day - Inverness 3rd November

Lung Cancer Information Day - Inverness 3rd November

Hi Everyone,

We are hosting a Lung Cancer Information Day in Inverness 3rd November, which offers support and information to people affected by lung cancer. Hear from professionals and meet others affected by lung cancer, which will include an oncologist, thoracic surgeon and lung cancer nurses. Also you will have the chance to provide your feedback on what more needs to be done, and the areas which should be focused on to help to defeat lung cancer and support those affected by it. Tea, coffee & lunch will be provided.

The Event will be at the Inverness, 3rd November, 10am - 3pm

, The Royal Highland Hotel , Station Square, Academy Street , Inverness , IV1 1LG, between 10am and 3pm.

If you are interested, feel free to send a message, call on free phone 0333 323 7200 (option 2) or email me at to reserve your seat.

Or you can book a seat at -

Details about our Information Days are in the newly re-launched Inspire magazine, with quotes on how effective they have been to attendees such as:

“These days give the surgeon and patient quality time together, to discuss you condition leaving you with a better all-round understanding “.

“It was well organised with good speaker and helpful top allow Q & A from patients and carers”.

Many thanks

David Walker - Involvement Officer

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I won't be able to attend. I'd like to get the word out about back pain being a lung cancer symptom! That is the only symptom my husband had & he was totally misdiagnosed & died in 3 months.

It is the most devastating loss. Please get the word out to Dr's & practioners. The 2 chest x rays that were taken were both negative. They never did a stronger test until I took him to the ER for a CAT scan where he was diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer with metastasis to the bone.


Hello Glynn,

I am very sorry to hear that your husband has died and that he was initially misdiagnosed which would have delayed the start of any treatment. It is often the case that lung cancer is not diagnosed until the later stages and as you have said a symptom of lung cancer can indeed be back or shoulder pain. November is lung cancer awareness month this takes place every year an aim of the campaign is to share the stories of lung cancer survivors, caregivers and families of those who have been diagnosed with lung cancer, in the hope to raise awareness of symptoms and encourage people to know the risk factors and to attended their Gp for further investigations.

Kind regards Roy Castle helpline

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