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by Aussiebeck on Wed Mar 28, 2007 12:00 AM
Hi i am from australia and i am looking for information on spindle cell lung cancer. My brother was 27 when they first found his carsonoma and the removed the bottom lobe of his lung saying that they had removed it all and that things would be ok but now two years later they have found two more one on the other lung that ia 7.5cm x 4cm wide & 4.5 cm thick and a smaller on what is left of his lung. i am trying to find info on this type of lung cancer and because he is so young it is hard to find infomation that relates to him please can someone give me some infomation thank you
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