After concurrent radiation and chemotherapy treatment for NSCLC (stage 2B), the CT scans showed the original two tumors were gone, and the "eyes to thighs" PET scan showed no indication of cancerous activity in my body. One doctor considers this fantastic and the other still wants to remove part of my lung. It comes down to "do you do surgery with no indication of cancer because it is standard practice?". Does anyone have any experience with this type of decision??