Patients Lung cancer
Topic of the discussion
Posted on 2/12/19 2:59 AM
What treatment protocols are you currently following or have you followed for your condition of lung cancer?
Do you have any advice for others in deciding on treatments?
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Beginning of the discussion - 2/13/19Talk about your treatment protocol for lung cancer... https://www.carenity.us/forum/lung-cancer/your-opinion-on-lung-cancer-treatments/walk-about-your-treatment-protocol-for-lung-cancer-762
Posted on 2/13/19 8:01 PM
I for sure would say keytruda...
Posted on 2/14/19 2:41 AM
Yes diagnosed with non-small stage lung cancer we first tried chemo. Then graduated to letrudo? Fist scan showed 45% reduction in lumph node and chest cavity tumers! Then next scan should it had showed up as 3 tumors in the brain. 2 small and one 1 ' wide 1 1/2 ' tall. So my radiation team is currently working on the strategy. This journey has actually been a wonderful exposure to HIS presence and peace. Seriously. So thankf for both of my cancer teams and ICI cancer center here in OKC.