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Dec 12, 2018 · Living with lung cancer - Introduce yourself & come say hi in Lung Cancer

Also you can choose Choice care of no appt within 30days are available. You can always ask for another opinion.

Dec 12, 2018 · Living with lung cancer - Introduce yourself & come say hi in Lung Cancer

Hugs fellow disabled Vet here. Also recovering from tumors on liver and diaphragm and have more in liver and ovaries. I too am now being cared for through VA, if you feel they are not doing enough for you or fast enough you can always call Veterans Crisis Line 18002738255 press 1. I too have PTSD MST and other stuff. Please reach out and get help. Do Not Give Up!! I called snd within a day my local VA called me and have me appt by the 2nd day.
Please feel to message me.

Dec 12, 2018 · Mesothelial Tumor in Lung Cancer

I still have exhaustion, IBS symptoms and have to really watch what I eat so much that I hate eating now. My concern would be of last time the mesothelial cell tumor didnt show up on CT or MRIs what if I have more?

Dec 12, 2018 · Mesothelial Tumor in Lung Cancer

GYN scan and check for my lessions next week and Hepatology Dec 31 and Pulmonology end of Jan

Dec 12, 2018 · Mesothelial Tumor in Lung Cancer

Sorry typo "the"

Dec 12, 2018 · Mesothelial Tumor in Lung Cancer

I'm on meds for thw inflammation I have inside to help ease the pain

Dec 12, 2018 · Mesothelial Tumor in Lung Cancer

My shortness pf breath was due to the very large tumor pressing against everything on that side and the tumor on diaphragm which was restricting my breathing . I am doing better now. It took a while since When they scraped the tumor off they have to repair my diaphragm and that caused so much pain it would restrict my breathing.
I will add I was military and lived and worked in WWII buildings and was also exposed to chemicals, I worked with Jet fuel.

Dec 12, 2018 · Liver hemangioma/liver resection in Digestive Health

I had a liver resection Jan 2018 for a 14 x10 cm tumor on right lobe. They were only able to safely remove this one and left the smaller (2-3cm) lessions on left. Mine was a very rare Biliary Cystadenoma, these can turn into adenocarcinoma with time and are slow growing, so safe to say I had mine for a very, very long time.
I had a liter of fluid drained out of it.
I did have another tumor nearby attched to my diaphragm but this was found to be a mesothelial cell tumor (also rare).