Hi. I had surgery for NSCLC three weeks ago and they removed the right upper lobe. The pathology report showed that the tumour was 44mm largest dimension and that the cancer had spread into the adjoining lymph nodes but not the distant ones so my cancer has been staged at pT2 N1 M0. As there is node infection and the tumour is more than 40mm, the recommendation is that I now have four chemo treatments - one a month for four months - with cisplatin plus another drug. I haven't seen the oncologist yet but has anyone else been in this situation and are there alternatives to standard chemo? Many thanks for any information you can give, it's all helpful.