Just a quick note to say hi!
I read your posts and would love to hear your take on my situation. I am 52 and healthy and a non smoker. Last year I had sudden onset 3rd degree heart block. The cardiologist put in a pacemaker in and I have felt great since. However, I had a CT Angio last week, came back allclear on the arteries. However it came up with bilateral nodes from sub centimeters to 1.5 cm. I have an appointment next week with a pulmanologist but am worried sick. I have a wife and 5 boys and keep fearing the worst. What do you think I am facing? As I said, no family history, non smoker, no previous cancers and feel great...now. Any help would be so greatly appreciated!
Just a quick note to say hi!Just a quick note to say hi!Thanks for your inputs on my interaction on the long lung nodule thread. Your profile doesn't show where you live, USA I assume.. another new "antoit" lives in Rome I see. I have checked "add as friend" I think that must makes it easier to find you in the future if you agree and become a member of my "friend" list.
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