#1
So about a week ago my grandmother got diagnosed with the first stage lung cancer . At first I was pretty nervous and upset but we just found out that the cancer is so small that the doctors can probably remove it easily without any chemotherapy. The only thing she needs to do is stop smoking. I just wanted to share.
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#2
it's never good news hearing "grandma's a smoker"
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#3
Good luck to your grandma.
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it's never good news hearing "grandma's a smoker"


Well obviously but i was talking about the cancer....
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#7
Good!! My grandfather just died after the longest recorded struggle with advanced lung cancer, 5 years. It may not seem that long but those were the most important years of my life. Because of him medicine has advanced, and people with advanced cancer stand much better chances of long term survival.
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#8
Not to piss all over your parade, but there's always a risk when giving someone anesthetics, not to mention the surgery may have a slow recovery time due to her age and it may decrease her quality of life thereafter. Depends entirely on how intrusive the surgery will be, but good luck to her.