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 - 2/13/19What treatments have you undergone 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.
Posted on 5/4/21 6:48 PM
I hope you're doing well! Have you seen this older discussion?
As you know, treatment for lung cancer tends to vary, depending on the patient and the stage of the lung cancer. It can include, surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, targeted drug therapy, and immunotherapy.
What type(s) of treatment have you undergone for your lung cancer? Have you had any side effects? How are you doing now? Was treatment effective for you?
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