small cell lung moved to liver

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RE: small cell lung moved to liver

by monamusto on Sun Aug 18, 2013 04:17 AM

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On Aug 18, 2013 4:14 AM monamusto wrote:

On Aug 25, 2010 1:54 PM carols1 wrote:

Hi, My husband 45yrs has lung cancer moved to liver, lymph nodes, lung is now clear after chemo/radiation treatments they are starting him on chemo pills today...anyone in similar situation...any advice...positive results?

 

hi my husband is 58 has small cell lung  cancer had treatment and  the lungs r clear but a ct showed it has moved to his liver the dr said he has only 6months life left please help i dont know who to call or talk to  

how is your husband doing did u get any good resluts from the chem for his liver?

RE: small cell lung moved to liver

by carols1 on Sun Aug 18, 2013 12:52 PM

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On Aug 18, 2013 4:17 AM monamusto wrote:

On Aug 18, 2013 4:14 AM monamusto wrote:

On Aug 25, 2010 1:54 PM carols1 wrote:

Hi, My husband 45yrs has lung cancer moved to liver, lymph nodes, lung is now clear after chemo/radiation treatments they are starting him on chemo pills today...anyone in similar situation...any advice...positive results?

 

hi my husband is 58 has small cell lung  cancer had treatment and  the lungs r clear but a ct showed it has moved to his liver the dr said he has only 6months life left please help i dont know who to call or talk to  

how is your husband doing did u get any good resluts from the chem for his liver?

Hi..I am sorry to hear you and your husband have to go through this horrible horrible thing called cancer that life has dealt you at this time...I can feel the emotion/anxiety in your words because I have been in your shoes...the first 6/7 months my husband did well on treatments as far as carring on with daily life with our 5yr old at the time and being able to work etc...There is nothing out there we did not do or try to do to cure this evil disease.. I made sure of that..My advice to you is spend every minute you can with your husband doing as much as you can vacation/fun memories that is if he is still at a point that he can do all this...if not stay with him as much as you can ...talk talk and talk (and I dont mean about the cancer)..your life togther, kids etc...At times I wished we never done any treatment because at the end he was in pain, in bed all the time. very weak and depressed, and I know scared..I wished we just lived our life like we didnt know..but i understand u cant because you listen to the doctors and you hope that miracle pill will come and you pray on the 5yr mark...Trust me we prayed, prayed and prayed for that miracle I still believed God was gonna turn this around up to his last breath...I know God has a plan and I have tried to accecpt what I have always known you must have faith and be positive....Sorry I couldnt be more help...but my husband passed 16months after diagnosed our son was 5 at the time and my husband 46...its now been 2yrs for us and there is not a day I dont shed tears I miss him so very much and its a horrible part of life that changes you forever...My son has been my only saving grace and I live for him...Please just go sit on the couch with your husband hug him and watch a funny movie or suffer through one of his favorites...Stay positive thats very important and make him drink plenty plenty of fluids!....Keep praying your husband is strong and so are you I pray you can beat this horrible disease..miracles do happen...love you

RE: small cell lung moved to liver

by harley1222 on Wed Oct 02, 2013 11:45 PM

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My husband has stage 4 small cell lung cancer and it went to his brain.  He has had 15 treatments of radiation and is on cycle 4 of chemo.  Do you know how fast the cancer will spread to another part of his body?

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