Comment by Amin Chand Sharma on Tue 03, Aug 2010 01:31am:
my 60 year old mother has just been diagnosed with a brain tumour, further tests have found a deposit on her
lung.the symptoms we were worried about, which she loss of use in right hand,loss of use in right leg and
slurring of speech. she has currently movement in both arm & leg where she is being given steroids &
radiation.my burning question is: is there a timescale for life expectancy for the cancers my mum has? &
which types of diet(FOOD) & drinks we serve. She has mouth ulcer appeared. Thanks with warm Regards
Comment by Michael Stannard on Fri 22, Oct 2010 04:59pm:
My father in law is 66 and has been diagonosed with primary lung cancer and secondary brain cancer. He has
just had a biopsy and await the results and advice on available and suitable treatment. He currently is on
steroids to help reduce the swelling on the tumours in his head.
Does this mean he has advance stage 4 cancer. What are his chances of fighting the disease and extending his
life. We are very worried and any information would be appreciated. Thanks Michael
Comment by Jane Miles on Tue 28, Dec 2010 04:51am:
Hi I'm sorry to hear about your mother my uncle currently has the same he has brain cancer which has
spread from his lungs, 3 weeks ago he lost his feeling on his right side so is bound to his bed he has had
some radiotherapy last week but nothing has changed. How is your mother doing can we expect things to get
Comment by Chloe on Fri 04, Feb 2011 06:23am:
My uncle has just found out he has got lung cancer and his lung has collapsed. also he has a tumour on the
neck and is currently having radiotherapy, the doctor told us today it has now spread to his brain and bones.
Does any one know the life expectancy? Thanks
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Comment by lynn wickett on Wed 27, Jul 2011 03:25pm:
my dad has lung,liver and brain cancer.he was diagnosed after he collapsed with his right leg. They wont treat
him,its gone too far and hes 80. Hes about to stop his steroids in 2 wks. How long does he have left?
Comment by dominique on Tue 24, Apr 2012 07:10pm:
my mother got diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer an it has spread an now her hand is swollen why could that be
? an how long is her life expectancy ?
Comment by Donna Smith on Sun 28, Apr 2013 10:49am:
Hi my mum has lung cancer that's spread to the brain last year! mum had massive operation as tumour was
in the cerebellum and was pushing into the medulla. It was the size of twenty peas and mum nearly died. Since
then my mum had radiotherapy and over a month ago we were told her brain cancer is back in two maybe three
places now. Mum is on steroids 6mg and has lost the use of her left hand and is so weak and sleepy before the
increase of her steroids. Doctor said to me that mum has two months maybe slightly more! that was 5/6 weeks
ago and has told mum to stop taking her chemo tablets trasiver (spelling mistake sorry). He wants to see her
in June but no tests are to be carried out! My family don't know if we are coming or going as yes my mum
has more strength but mum is speaking slurry when waking from a sleep. Also my mum is now having headaches and
migraines once a week! then this morning my mum fell and now has bruised all her left side of her body. When
is the best time to get my mum into a hospice at the moment there is one carer visit per day and I'm
doing all the work which is bad as I have a two year old son to care for too!
Comment by Darlene Nuppnau on Tue 27, May 2014 10:58am:
My niece 52 years old in prior good health was diagnosed with a brain tumor at the base of the brain
originating from the lung. The brain tumor was removed. She then had chemotherapy which is finished. The
tumor of the brain has not returned per scans. The tumor of the lung which is now being radiated and has been
reduced 50% with more radiation to follow. She has not shown up in the lymph system. What is her life
expectancy? She is raising her 11 year old grandson and hopes to live to accomplish this.