Study finds that most still recommend the breast cancer screen for women in their early 40s
by dtcasey on Mon Dec 05, 2016 12:16 AM
Was diagnosed with non small cell adenocarcinoma in April of 2016. Went thru 35 chemo and 30 radiation treatments because mine is inoperable. Went thru having reactions to chemo drugs on two different occasions and then had multiple blood clots in both lungs in July and ended up rushed to the ER after passing out at home. This has been the worst illness I've ever had and to say the treatments were bad is an understatement, but I'm still here. What I would like to find out from someone that has been treated for lung cancer is do you ever get over the constant coughing and the mucus that builds constantly in the esophagus?
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