My dad was diagnosed with stage 4 incurrable lung cancer in August, he had his first Load of 8 hours chemo 6 weeks ago but he became ill and ad o have 6 litres of fluid drained off his lung. He his now back in as the lucid as returned. Today he should f ad. Permanent drain put in but they couldn't do it because they sad there were lots of fluid pockets. They said they will try again on Wednesday using ultrasound to identify pokets. Can anyone help us understand as we feel he is being left.
that was the same as my sister the same stage 4 lung cancer they didnt do much for her cause when she was diagnosed when she was in stage 4 my sister was 47 , sorry to here about ur dad, just keeping asking the drs whats going on and questions .
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