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    Terra
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    Hi, thanks for many of you answering my email for a systemic treatment for my husband Derek for stgae 4 – what I was really asking but using the wrong word was for an adjuvant treatment (?) – something to do after his lung surgery to prevent another recurrance.  Anyway, I guess I was jumping the gun because although scan results are not in yet, I think we might have just found another local recurrance, this one in his original scar.

     

    It really doesn't end, does it.

    Hi, thanks for many of you answering my email for a systemic treatment for my husband Derek for stgae 4 – what I was really asking but using the wrong word was for an adjuvant treatment (?) – something to do after his lung surgery to prevent another recurrance.  Anyway, I guess I was jumping the gun because although scan results are not in yet, I think we might have just found another local recurrance, this one in his original scar.

     

    It really doesn't end, does it.

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