• what is likely to come next?

    Asked by Unidexter on Saturday, June 1, 2013

    what is likely to come next?

    after cancer is removed from lung, chemo is not an option, and pet shows no cancer present in body, what next? Buy a new Harley Trike on credit? (I doubt it.)

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    • CAS1's Avatar
      CAS1 (Best Answer!)

      Not sure what you are asking.. if the question is: Do people survive L/C the answer is yes, they do.
      Hopefully more and more every day.

      over 3 years ago
    • SueRae1's Avatar

      Your oncology team can answer this question best. They may send you for radiation. One thing for sure is you will be getting follow up scans and tests on a regular schedule to make sure that you stay cancer free.

      Good luck

      over 3 years ago
    • Peroll's Avatar

      I think maybe buying the Harley is a good idea!!! Congratulations on being cancer free. I know the feeling when you wonder what comes next. If there is no reason for more treatment in your case what will come is a period of close monitoring for any evidence that some of those nasty little cancer cells have snuck away. It is important to keep up with the monitoring so that anything is found early when it is easier to treat so I would not plan the around the world Harley trip for a while.

      I do recommend that you try and go back to life as close to normal as you can get. It may never be the same as it was before cancer but the more normal you can get the better.

      Good Luck and be sure to post a picture of the Harley!!!!

      over 3 years ago
    • JennyMiller's Avatar

      Live each day to the fullest --- and take some nice trips on that Harley!!!!

      over 3 years ago
    • BrownCounty's Avatar

      I too have had a lobectomy and vat. We plan on taking the Harley Road King to Nashville on our 45 wedding anniversary in August. Live while you can, no one knows what tomorrow will bring.

      over 3 years ago

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