how much of a threat is this

Hi! I recently had an xray for pain to my R rib (after helping someone move). Came back contusion but found a 1cm nodular density projecting over the L lower lung fields. CT of chest in 2011 detected nothing on L but 6mm on R. Lung screening 2014 detected 4 to 5 mm on R and a new 3 to 4 mm on lower L. So if it is the same nodule lower L grew from 3 to 4 mm to 1 cm over 7 years. I am scheduled for follow up CT in 9 days. My dilemma is #1 that I am worried about this growth and #2 that I am scheduled to leave for Puerto Vallarta for 2.5 weeks.

Am I too late for surgery?

AfterCT, tissue biopsy and pet scan, I was diagnosed as stage 1 b lung non small adenocacinoma, exon19 deletion EGFR mutation and TP53 mutation. When the surgeon opened up, she found a few drops on my same side lung plural, so she closed up and did not perused the surgery we planned and told me it is stage 4 and I can not have surgery any more. I was really disappointed! but my most recent blood liquid biopsy shows that There is no detected blood cancer cell or any mutations in my blood.

pancoast tumour

I am a 63 yr old non smoker. I had breast cancer 20 yrs ago. Chemo radiation and have been doing well . I recently have pain in the base of my neck and left clavicle it goes down to the top of my hand and i feel a pinch. I have no pins, needles or muscle weakness. My shoulder and neck pain dare relieved when I'm walking or lying down, also by a hot shower. I am scheduled for an MRI in 3 weeks until then I'm so nervous worried its a pan coast tumor. Anybody know if these a symptoms?

Need help adrenal metastasis from stable multifocal nsclc

I need information on adrenal metastasis from multifocal nsclc. Initial dx march 2019 surgical lobectomy complications eventually had to undergo pleurodesis 2019. Lungs stable. Now 3+cm adrenal tumor, new since June scan. Need help: radiation best or surgery? Complications? I live in Seattle
Thanks Carole

Partial Progression

When there is evidence of successful therapy of EGFR with TKI in one area of the lung but suggestion of progression in another area, what is the next best diagnostic path? My impression is that this scenario would yield probabilities we could test, such as the likely nature of the second mechanism.Is it not true that progression is most likely a global failure of the first TKI therapy?