What is the BAC subtype of Lung Cancer and Why Does it Matter?

What is the BAC subtype of Lung Cancer and Why Does it Matter?

On scans, BAC looks like whispy areas on a scan rather than a solid mass, and doesn't usually invade other parts of the body. It is often limited just to the lungs. Here is more information about the BAC subtype of lung cancer, treatment options, and what you should know:

 

 

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jeannette
I have had ct scans for 2 years my last 1 showed 7 nodules. Smallest being 2.3mm and largest 9mm. I orginally started out with only 2 nodules. They are all noncalcified and the largest is sonewhat irregular margin and a 2.3 looks the same as the 9mm they both look hazy on the ct scan. Radiologists said it looked like BAC in no other report havevthey said that. I see pulmonologist in 1 month and have a ct scan prior to appt.
12/24/2014 9:46:25 AM
carla dumke
I have lived with bac for 8-1/2 years. Your website is very information and helpful. I am so thankful that my husband discovered it.
4/4/2014 7:16:21 AM
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