my b/f found out that he has lung cancer...3 months ago...Dr's gave him 6 months to live...he is 48...still smokes...coughing all the time now...and very moody...this is eating me up inside...we live in diff states now...he moved away to be closer to his family...but I am having a helleva time handling all of this...I have had 3 cancer surgeries myself...tho on a lesser scale...for skin cancer...anyway...I cant plan any future with him...cause I am not sure if there will BE one...Dr's told him he's in the advanced stages...whatever that means...and I am literally dying inside...we lived together and this man is my world....he won't seek medical help...he talks about it...but then never goes....does anyone survive this type of cancer ?...I am at a loss here...Dr's told him he has probably had it for over a yr...he got pnemonia in Feb and was in the hospital for that...during the tests...it was confirmed that he had the lung cancer...I cant cry anymore...I am numb..
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