My sister has stage 4 lung cancer. She was now diagnosed with fluid around her heart and they are operating on her today to drain the fluid. Her lung cancer is inoperable due to the fact that where it is, is too close to the heart. I wanted to know if this procedure is dangerous? Can she recover? Also I am 48 yrs old, had quit smoking for 4 and 1/2 years, and started again about a year ago. I know you arent God, but what are the chances of me getting lung cancer since my sister has it. I plan on quitting again, so please dont yell at me, but I did have a chest x-ray to check for it last year and it came back clean. Is a chest x-ray good enough to ease my worries for now? Please let me know asap, as her surgery is in a few hours. Thank you so much for your time and knowledge.
we just got the news that my mother had 4 stage lung cancer as well and she have other help troubles as well she is almost 70 she had a xray and then ct scan and now they going to do a biopsy next week its so hard casue she thinks that the biospy will say she dont have it but i no why yney are doing the biospy that will tell how fast it is and how long she has ans all that am i right on that answer that some one for me and all say a pray for my mother she is the best mother i know i have the best parents anyone can have please help out with the ??? someone anyone anybody help me thank you may god bless all of us
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