Dear Cancer Grace,
I was diagnosed in 2009 with stage IV bronchioalveolar carcinoma (BAC), a subtype of adenocarcinoma, which had spread in my both lungs. Later I was found to have EGFR Exon 20 mutation. I have had appr. 70 rounds of chemo during these years. During treatment breaks my disease has progressed.
Recently a professor of pulmonology said that I have probably been misdiagnosed, because my disease has not metastasized in other parts of my body than my lungs. The professor had googled and she thinks I have a benign adenoma. I would not believe that anyone can seriously make a new diagnosis by google, but this professor is highly recognized and influential.
Would it be theoretically possible that my diagnosis of adenocarcinoma (BAC) which was made by a needly biopsy, could in reality be an adenoma?
I understand if it is not possible to answer my question.
Thank you in advance,