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Hi everybody:

I am new to the message board but have been reading the inspiring letters that are posted. My reason for writing is: I will be scheduling a time for lung surgery. This will involve removal of the entire left lung. This because the tumor was located in the bronchial tube just at the entrance to the left lung. I have gone through seventeen chemo sessions and the result was the complete obliteration of the tumor. However all three doctors have said that it was not entirely cured and that surgery was the best alternative for a cure. Now at this point in time I would like to hear from someone who has gone through this so that I may get pointers on what to expect and what to do and not do. I am truly lucky to have a supportive family and a great group of friends. I must say this web site is a great source of inspiration and support

Thank You so much Charlie 

I earlier  posted a message wherein I mentioned a webb site that offered alternative methods and advice. I accidentaly misstated their name. The correct acrynom is HSI. You may want to check them out and see what they have to offer. Once again I apologize for my error.
In response to previous posting concerning fucoidan and zeolite. I have been receiving letters from an organization called FSI a research organization. I have not looked into this organization as to its veracity so I cannot, at this time, speak for them. They do claim that fucoidan is reliable and that it works to help cure cancer. You may want to check them out and see what you think. I am now in treatment for lung cancer and have not as yet tried this product. It's funny how you find all these different treatments on line for instance I have also found a product called Aloemps that also claims to assist in the treatment of cancer. So What do we do?
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