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I want suggestions for lung cancer patient

My mother is 65 n she is suffering from Lung cancer n is in last stage. we are unable to provide camotherapy and radiotherapy due to her physical weakness. so far the radiotherapist advised few midicines which I am mentioning are 1. Inj 10% Neurotol 100ml iv thrise daily. 2. Inj Dexona 2cc iv once daily 3. Inj Deriphylin 1 amp iv once daily 4. Syp Rudimin 2 tsp twice daily 5. Tab Pz4 DS o2 1 tab daily. 6. IVF 5% Dextrose RL. the radiotherapist took out fluid from her backbone which was yellowish in colour in order to take oxygen without any problem. is there any way to save her?
Asked On : Fri, 24 Sep 2010
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Thanks for the query

I am sorry, but there is nothing that can be done about end stage lung cancer. See if she is eligible for a transplant but this also i doubt it
Give her good palliative care, your aim should be to make sure she is pain free.

Have a healthy living
Answered: Mon, 29 Aug 2011
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