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Hello Everyone!

Hi, Isabella here! A new member. Welcome me!
I am a newly diagnosed patient.

  1. Hi Isabella,
    Welcome to the forum. Wishing you the very best!

    1. Hi . So sorry to hear about the diagnosis, but glad you have sought out a place you can get information and support. We have a number of articles from our contributors and the editorial team with information for the newly diagnosed. Here are the search results on the topic in our archive, which you can peruse at your convenience: https://lungcancer.net/search?s=newly%20diagnosed. Please feel free to ask question o, if you like, to keep us updated on how you are doing. Know that this community is here for you. Best, Richard (LungCancer.net Team)




      1. Let me know, Can I use the detox tea as a cancer patient. I am always use before going to bet and don't want to leave it.

        1. Welcome to our community, Isabella. I suggest you bring the ingredients in the tea to your doctor to make sure there is nothing in it that may interfere with any of your other medicines. I drink chamomile tea at night, with my doctor's blessings, but everyone's protocol is different. Wishing you the very best, Alisa, LungCancer.net Team

        2. Detox teas can be tricky when on treatment. I agree with Alisa in speaking with your doctor, before venturing into this. Wishing you the very best!

      2. I recommend Mac apples or Empire if you dont like the tartness. I had my thoracic surgery in April of 2018 and it was a full chest opening and removal of the esophagus, relocating my stomach on top of my lungs. Recovery has been hard, especially what to eat and what to avoid. I have started following @Ankr.Us on Instagram… they post good content on nutrition for cancer patients.

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