my father has a mass in one lung and a few more in the other. we had no ideal about this untill friday when he lost complete use of his legs (had trouble walking for months). after the test and biopsy confirmed it to be cancer they said the places on his spine are causing him not to be able to walk. they said radiation may be able to get him walking again but there not sure. they say its stage 4 and gave him 6 months without treatment and 1 year with. hes been in alot of pain for probably 2 months and has lost 18-20lbs. can they tell by the mri about how long he has or do they go by the pain level? all this is new 2 me and im trying not to lose my mind. just wondering if theres anything i need 2 ask the doctors about treatment and how accurate are they on the amount of life u have left because i want to spend as much time with him as possible. any info would be greatly appreciated. thanks
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