Nice of you to think of me. Admittedly, have only scanned the Boards as little information was being addressed regarding LCNELC. Unfortunately, there are few, good Oncologists hete but I did go to see Dr. Wakelee at Stanford and made an appt to see her again this Monday. She is, technically, not my treating physician, but has been great answering some of my questions. I just finished my 4th round of Chemo (Carbo/Etroposide), followed by 5 days of Granix shots. Treatments seem to be a bit rougher each time. After the first 2 rounds, a PET scan was done which shiwed some shrinkage and no new spots. I have a repeat PET on 4/27. I have been told this Chemo will only help for so long and I started them in January. The Onc here is not good about discussing things so I want to go back to Stanford. Myself, friends and family cannot find many options for treatment. I was told, because she feels I have an underlying immune problem, immunotherapy might be risky for me. Add my age, and I might not qualify for any trials. Truthfully, trying those drugs scares the hell out of me as my body does not to,erate drugs well. Between Chemo treatments, dealing with low WBC and RBC, feeling sick, I think I have maybe one week a month I can try to function. We seldom go anywhere. Just a bit down lately. My cough is wirse and fatigue is catching up with me. Just hoping this Chemo is still holding things at bay. After 3 different diagnosis, I hope they got it right. Thanks again and hope you are doing well!!