hi im new here just been diagnosed with small tumour which they say can be removed by keyhole surgery but ive to have a stent put in one of my arteries will this stop me having tumour removed
Hi joyce1951 and welcome to the community at what must be a worrying time for you. Many of us here will be aware of the early days of uncertainty and not knowing. I cannot answer your question, but if you post in the Lung Group someone there may have experience of this. I also notice you have posted in the ask a nurse section, and I am sure you will get a professional answer there when the nurse picks up your post. Best wishes.
Welcome to the community
I see that your similar post in Ask a Nurse has been answered by Keith who kindly advised you to give us a call if you want to chat.
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