I remember in the past to read several comments about a procedure with laser to clean up lung nodules. Several discussions happened around 2018-2019, when I discovered I had cancer. This is why I remember this topic. I can see comments from non-cancer forums from around 2009 about this procedures, so, by now it is more than tested and approved. The procedure can clean up A LOT of nodules (up to 100 at a time) with a very good outcome. I am not a doctor, but maybe it would worth doing some research.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6753410/
I remember in the past there was only one doctor expert on this procedure, named Alex Rolle, but I know he trained several others around the world.https://www.ctsnet.org/home/arolle
Below is a link for some discussions on this topic. On this forum or on the "Cancer Survivor Network" there is more about this procedure.https://csn.cancer.org/discussion/comme ... nt_1611383
(one generic topic about colon cancer metastized to lungs and thi treatment)https://csn.cancer.org/discussion/31354 ... e-to-lungs
(another thread where people also mentions the treatment)
Maybe the advantage for you would be to possibly remove all lung mets at once and still keep a lot of healthy lung parenchyma. This could reduce the impact of the surgery on your quality of life if compared to other treatments that might remove a lot of lung tissue.
Again, I think some more research on the topic is needed, but maybe this is one more possible alternative for you. Let me know if I can help somehow.