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Throat cancer, now lung cancer

1 Aug 2020 15:10

Hi has any one experience have throat (lyrunx) cancer, then 1 year later lung cancer , but not secondary? I thought if you have cancer then it's found in another it's secondary? Wait for results to see if lung cancer been cured with 3 zapps of direct radiation 

 

but the way his being with health, not able to swollow, constipation, pain in stomach, breathing worse, can't stand up right 

non off it is pointing to great news?

 

any advice or experience please would be greatly appreciated please

 

thank you

Throat cancer, now lung cancer

1 Aug 2020 16:21 in response to Crazyfamily

Not a medic but know that having one cancer does not preclude developing another one, completely independently. In which case, it is not secondary. You are very unlucky if this happens. One cancer, with or without secondaries, is bad enough.