The question “what are some healthy lung cancer tips you live by” was on my Twitter feed this morning. My first thought was how aware you become of everything that pertains to Life when diagnosed with lung cancer and what can you do. I have been fortunate in that the lung cancer was discovered early and […]
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It is that time of year again – year 4 lung cancer CT Scan. It has been the most happy week with the results being: “Stable – no calcification – no pleural fluid” Absolutely the best news we could have received! The next scan, Year 5, in one year. Thankful There is so much to […]
… for those with Lung Disease. Christmas is a special time of year around the world and often it can be a challenge to buy for those with handicaps or disabilities but in this case it may be more of what not to buy. It can be extremely difficult to find a “just right” gift for […]
We don’t always know the outcome of breast cancer radiation. But it is hard to comprehend how there can be such a drastic difference in diagnosis of simple skin lesions from benign to the possibility of angiosarcoma. The latest surgical biopsy report on lesions which started appearing on my chest almost two years ago highly […]
Since lung cancer surgery 3 years ago I have met many people who have a multitude of varying questions on what is happening in their lives when they have been diagnosed or had cancer surgery or treatment. The fear of returning cancer affects a very high number of cancer survivors, some experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder. […]