Re: NSClung cancer
I have just read your post and I just wanted to day that in October 2005 my Dad was in virtually the same position as you.
He also was diagnosed with stage IIB NSCLC and had a lobectomy and then chemotherapy.
The good news is that he has just finished and is now in remission.
The chemo wasn't easy, he was constantly exhausted, he thought everything tasted horrible but he didn't lose his appetite and didn't lose all of his hair. he found the exhaustation the worst thing.
What I want to say is there is hope and light at the end of the tunnel. My dad is now doing things around the house again (4 weeks after chemo), is going down the pub and is generally much happier in himself.