Linking you to resources and support in the lung cancer community!
It's good to be on the other side of the surgery and chemo. I was diagnosed with NSCLC early February 2013. My right lung was removed on 3/14. Chemo started the end of April and the last treatment was August 21st.
There are lingering effects from the mega doses of anti-inflammatory given for pain (hearing loss). Of course, effects from chemo will be with me for some time (fatigue, cognitive changes, etc.) However, it's over and I can deal with whatever I have to as a result of all of it. I know what being a survivor is.
For those of you just starting your journey, push through. The treatments will knock you down but, push yourself up over and over again. Fight for yourself