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People with Stage 4 adenocarcinoma of the lung usually have smoked for 30 years, worked in a factory or been exposed to certain chemicals.
However, I was a 30-year-old non-smoking female, who ate well and exercised.
I felt so tired and achy all of the time, so I stopped exercising because I didn’t have the energy. In August 2007, I kept having pains in my chest, but when I went to the doctor, he said maybe I hurt myself at the gym, bruised some cartilage or it might be a strain.
He gave me pain pills and told me it might take some time. The doctors were focusing on my bones, though, not my lungs.
The x-ray showed my entire chest wall was clouded white, similar to when I had pneumonia as a kid, except this was a solid, bright white.
This was Friday night and I didn’t know where to go. They did a white blood cell test and said it couldn’t be pneumonia, so I was sent to the emergency room.
Scared, I desperately called an Asian medicine acupuncturist and chiropractor to ask if he could see me right away and tell what was wrong with me.
We hope her story will continue to serve as inspiration for others on the importance of early detection for lung cancer. Then his fully white left lung chest x-ray showed up Sept 1, 2009– his x-ray had been completely clear August 4.
He was in physiotherapy to learn to walk again, but never got the chance.
He made it through 2 rounds of chemo, which were showing promise towards remission.
If I had caught it earlier, surgery might have been an option with a 100% cure.
Now I will never be officially “cured,” but I am the closest thing to being in remission as possible.
I worry about the amounts of radiation, but it’s worth it.