Lung Abnormality/Nodule?

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JJH
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Re: Lung Abnormality/Nodule?

Postby JJH » Fri Nov 12, 2021 11:53 am

boxhill wrote:If you want information about lung mets, the Lungston "neighborhood" of Colontown--a large, private community on Facebook--would be a good place to look. Colontown is a superb resource for support and science-based information, and posts are visible only to members.

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AdAstra
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Re: Lung Abnormality/Nodule?

Postby AdAstra » Fri Nov 12, 2021 1:02 pm

boxhill wrote:If you want information about lung mets, the Lungston "neighborhood" of Colontown--a large, private community on Facebook--would be a good place to look. Colontown is a superb resource for support and science-based information, and posts are visible only to members.


I'm not a member of Lungston yet, but I might ask to be added soon, even though I don't know if my mom's nodules are mets. I am already a member of some of their groups, and I am a huge fan. This forum and CT have been super helpful and supportive.
Caregiver to Mom (63)
Right hemicolectomy on 9/17/21; 5 cm x 4.5 cm cecal tumor (moderately to poorly differentiated ulcerated adenocarcinoma).
CT on 11/9/21: Multiple non-specific and bilateral lung nodules 4 mm and smaller.
CEA (smoker): 3.4, 3.8 (10/2021)
11/9/21: CAPOX
Current (tentative) staging: T4aN0Mx.
MSS, but no further mutational testing done yet.


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