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  1. #81
    F'd up back, only thing that helps is 800mg ibuprofen and lots of water

  2. #82
    Quote Originally Posted by LazyE View Post
    Twenty years ago when I was 30 I had been sick of and on for 2 years and had been treated for all kinds of respitory illnesses. I couldn't sleep more than an hour or so before I would have to cough.I should of weighed around 160lbs and I had gotten down to125lbs.Finally one day I coughed up about a pint of blood. I went to the doc again and told him I was f*cking dying.They did a biopsy on my lung to figure out what was wrong and on Dec. 23rd I was diagnosed with a rare form of lung cancer (Merry Christmas). I was given a 10% chance of survival. The worst part to me was seeing my family's painful reaction. Long story
    short after 6 chemo treatments three weeks apart I was deemed cured with no long lasting damage to my lungs. It feels good to be able to breathe without coughing and to sleep at night! I know it may sound corny

    but everyday is a gift and especially if there are waves!
    Whoa. You win. No one can top lung cancer.

  3. #83
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    Quote Originally Posted by Betty View Post
    Whoa. You win. No one can top lung cancer.
    wow!
    what she said.

  4. #84
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    Quote Originally Posted by LazyE View Post
    Twenty years ago when I was 30 I had been sick of and on for 2 years and had been treated for all kinds of respitory illnesses. I couldn't sleep more than an hour or so before I would have to cough.I should of weighed around 160lbs and I had gotten down to125lbs.Finally one day I coughed up about a pint of blood. I went to the doc again and told him I was f*cking dying.They did a biopsy on my lung to figure out what was wrong and on Dec. 23rd I was diagnosed with a rare form of lung cancer (Merry Christmas). I was given a 10% chance of survival. The worst part to me was seeing my family's painful reaction. Long story short after 6 chemo treatments three weeks apart I was deemed cured with no long lasting damage to my lungs. It feels good to be able to breathe without coughing and to sleep at night! I know it may sound corny but everyday is a gift and especially if there are waves!
    Dang dude, thanks for sharing, and congrats on the 20+ years of being "cured", helluva story man