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Multifocal Adenocarcinoma of the lung, continual recurrences
Welcome catlover. Don't worry about not being a patient neither am I. I live in New England and use Mass General.
I personally think that you need a second opinion with another oncologist. Unless your Dr. Is afraid that SBRT isn't recommend because it's too close to another organ.
Can you get an honest answer from him why he's made that decision?
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Thank you Merry for the reply, my onc said SBRT could be a possibility, I have connected with U of M and can have a virtual in November. I will have CT scan in another 2 weeks so all will be up to date for them. Since I have already had SBRT I need to see how much more radiation I can have. Do you get biopsies when you nodules get large enough. I feel well and hope you do too.
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