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Had lung cancer. Recently had a operation to remove 2/3 of my lung. Went back to the Oncologist and the out come was all my scans were clear and no need for chemo and radiotherapy. Am a very happy lady.
Hi Shelley W and welcome to the Online Community.
This is great new and I am sure that you are so pleased and worth a celebration.
You may want to join our Lung Cancer forum where you can bring encouragement and support to other going through treatment.
Follow the link above and join the group by hitting the ‘Join the Group’ tab just under the main group name. At this point select how you want to receive email notifications when someone answers your posts.
You can either go to the 'Start a Discussion' tab just under the main group name. Set up your own Discussion and introduce yourself to the group - you could just copy an paste what you have in this first post. You can also have a look through the various threads by going into the ‘Discussions’ section.
All the very best.
Mike - Thehighlander
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