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    BuckeyeShelby wrote on Momafranz's wall

    Hi Momafranz. Welcome to What Next. There are lots of great people here. If you have any questions, please use the question tab above -- that way everyone will have access & you'll get a quicker response. Likewise, please feel free to browse questions, as your experiences might be helpful to other WhatNexters. I'm glad you found us but sorry for the circumstances that led you here. Wishing you all the best.

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    Momafranz shared an experience

    Celebration (Remission): Hair grew back; appetite is back and not as tired. In remission since last dose of doxorubicin 9/29/2017!

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    Drug or Chemo Therapy (Chemotherapy): 3 treatments of Doxorubicin over 10 weeks. Bad nausea, lack of appetite, fatigue, hair loss.

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    Procedure or Surgery (Surgery): Right lung pneumonectomy.

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    Momafranz shared an experience

    Radiation (Internal radiation): This was in conjunction with Ibrance in daily pill form as treatment to large lesion in right lung. Did not work. Lesion became necrotic and started to affect my break apart my Pulmonary vein.