Lymphoma

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    In 2009, at age 70, I was diagnosed with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma. It presented as primary testicular lymphoma. I e-mailed progress reports to family and friends. After my treatment, I compiled the e-mails, plus lots of other information, into a blog.

    Cancer treatment is pretty miserable, but I tried to include the fun stuff too. What fun stuff? you ask. Well, as one example, check out the opinions on whether or not I should grow a beard.

    You can find the blog at:

    http://nonhodgkinlymphoma.wordpress.com/

  2. I was diagnosed with DLBCL in January 2011. I completed my 6th round of RCHOP in June.

    I created my blog as a joke, before my diagnosis. After diagnosis, I used it to keep my family and friends up to date. I tried to outline my experiences and share my feelings. I’m not finished yet, we think I may have follicular lymphoma as I have some “hot spots” in a few of my lymph nodes. Best of luck to everyone!

  3. Have u got ur final diagnosis? I was diagnosed with follicular lymphoma a year ago now and so far doing ok living with it. I only now feel the need to speak to others living with it as although life is “normal” , it’s not really is it?! Always keep positive!!

  4. Hi! I was diagnosed with a rare form of lymphoma in 2009 called, Subcutaneous Paniculitis-Like T-Cell Lymphoma (or, SPTCL for short!) I started blogging as a form of therapy and got such great feedback from my readers that I have turned it into a book entitled, Living La Vida (Lymphoma) – soon to be published as an e-book by 1.1.13! I have made it my mission to help others along the way, and to act as a resource “guide” when needed. Having an optimistic outlook helps us to survive. I wish love and light and peace to all who are reading this …

  5. My website is the experiences my family and myself are going through while my dad battles cancer. It’s a great resource for patients and their friends, family and caregivers alike to draw people together and create support.

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