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      Journey

      I went through lobectomy surgery and chemo in 2010. The lack of energy was a big thing for me. After chemo I was still very drained out and had to take iron pills (low iron levels). That has helped. I also try to walk a little every day and that also helps with depression and energy. Good luck to you.
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      over 3 years ago
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      Salrosebud

      Yes how I remember. I went through the surgery lost my left breast, did 4 treatments of chemo and 6 weeks of radiation. This is the scariest thing I have every been through. Remember your body is going through so much change..Yes you must keep moving. Start simple do stretches and if you are used to walk try 10 minutes at a time if you have to. It takes one step at a time. You can do it .

      over 3 years ago
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      CAS1

      You need to place that blame on why Lung cancer is the 8th funded cancer but is the leading cancer killer in the World. Once your better which will be soon you need to get busy and active demanding adequate cancer funding for Lung Cancer. The tobacco companies got sued and our States took those billions and fixed pot holes.. Because survivors feel guilt, because the media has made people out as bad people who smoking, they don't demand funds for Lung Cancer.

      85% of people Dx with LC are former or never smokers like me.

      So we need YOU and every single survivor to get well and get busy. O.K. ? So start that exercise program every single day, be very very good to yourself and join an organization and help us all to get a cure and live.

      over 3 years ago
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