Young adult - lymphoma?

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RE: Young adult - lymphoma?

by Judysfinds on Thu Jul 26, 2018 02:45 PM

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Oh my d3v87.  I'm so sorry to read your posting.  DO NOT GIVE UP...... lymphoma, at least the kinds I know of are treatable AND you can live a full life after treatment. My husband has battled for 3 yrs and survived Brain lymphoma with spread to the eyes and tonsil.  Much progress has been made in treating lymphoma's.  Stay positive and get the fight within you to challenge whatever the diagnosis.

Update

by d3v87 on Tue Jul 09, 2019 11:43 AM

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All right...after 1 year this is what happened:

I was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma nodular sclerosis. I did ABVD and Radiation and now just did a follow up CT Scan which is not clear, but we need to discuss with doc. 

Chemo was hard. Everything about this, especially mentally, was very hard. For now I feel fine, back to work, some sport, and so. But if I have relapsed so quickly, prognosis is poor. 

RE: Update

by riverak on Tue Jul 09, 2019 01:44 PM

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On Jul 09, 2019 11:43 AM d3v87 wrote:

All right...after 1 year this is what happened:

I was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma nodular sclerosis. I did ABVD and Radiation and now just did a follow up CT Scan which is not clear, but we need to discuss with doc. 

Chemo was hard. Everything about this, especially mentally, was very hard. For now I feel fine, back to work, some sport, and so. But if I have relapsed so quickly, prognosis is poor. 

We are so very sorry to hear about this challenge you are facing and would like to provide some guidance to you in this time of need. We are happy to discuss ways that we may be able to help.  One of our experienced Patient Advocates is available now to assist you at 847-342-6493. Please feel free to reach out anytime.

Looking forward to helping you,
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Cancer Treatment Centers of America
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