I can not speak on experience in a lot of this because I did not have the same experience as you are having with Lung Cancer.
I can say that pain management is #1 Priority in Dads care! No one should be in pain from a treatment. I am glad they got the cancer.
A quick link that might help is this one. A lot of our members also use this site as well for technical questions and answers so you will see some familiar faces over there from this site.
for more info and until you get some answers better than what I have!
Hugs and Prayers for You and Dad and family!!!
April/03 My Wife Deborah, age 46, diagnosed adenocarcinoma NSCLC
1/20/2006 Admitted to hospital Respiratory distress
1/23/2006 Ran to the light and is waiting for us to be rejoined in the Kingdom Of Heaven Her journey is Over but mine lingers on for Now!!!
4/23/07 DEb is joined in Peace by her Puppy Dawg Daisy from Cancer
8/30/07 Got new Pup named Mocha!!
"No matter hnow much it hurts, No matter how alone you feel, Your friends will help you get through anything!!"
Scrubs!!!!Yes the comedy show!!!
The Reason I advocate
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