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@wonderfulwonderfull2

I am about the same as you, just 10 years younger. As a air squadron member we were subjected to things a "grunt" would not. Ideveloped mesothelioma lung cancer in 2014. This is my 3rd run in since 2014. This time it found my spine. I am nesrly 2 months from operation, I have no one to share my house, this rrcovery seem to take forever. Pain pills did not jelp, I could not walk because of the way my back was sliced. Right now I am slowly gettng better, I am nearly done with this process, this time. Take things slow and easy Good luck my friend. Semper Fi

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Hi @wonderfulwonderfull2, welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. You may also wish to join the discussions in the Lung Cancer group here: https://connect.mayoclinic.org/group/lung-cancer/

It is hard to be patient with recovery from spinal surgery. I'm glad to hear that it feels like you're finally turning the corner and slowly getting better. How is your pain level these days?

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