This is too much to post on Facebook, as I am going to go into detail here.
I met with the surgeon last week and he is wanting to do a video assisted thorasic surgery. Basically, they go in with a small camera and tools without opening up my chest. They believe that I have a 60-70% chance of having lung cancer and are treating it as such accordingly. They are going to go in, and check my lymph nodes to determine if anything from the tumour has spread to there. If so, then they will biospy it. If my lymph nodes are okay, then they will remove my upper right lobe of my lungs. If they need to biospy what they find on my nodes, they will refrain from the removal of the lobe. While waiting for results, I will undergo 2 weeks of chemotherapy and/or radiation treatment. After