I had planned in my mind for it, but didn't want the results to be this. It was unfortunately the most probable outcome, and my doctors prepared me for understanding that I could have, or do have as it is now, metastatic cancer. Actually, technically they did get negative margins, so it might all be gone, but I will still follow this with some sort of treatment. My wife Katie and I will be meeting with my thoracic surgeon and oncologist this thursday do discuss my pathology results and my treatment options. My oncologist briefly discussed with me that clinical trials would be a good option for me, hopefully the best decision will be obvious for me to make.
It is hard to hear doctors say I have an aggressive disease when I feel so healthy, but I consider myself a lucky man to feel like that.
If anyone has any advice about questions to ask about clinical trials, I would definitely appreciate it.