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Finished treatment

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Joined: Jun 2002

Hi, I am new to the board. Just joined today. I am a 13 year survivor of large cell diffuse Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. I had chemo, radiation and finally a bone marrow transplant in May of 1990. PLT I know all the aches, pains, weakness and sickness. However, let me assure there is life after cancer. I am 62 years old now and able to do anything any 62 year old lady can do and probably more than most. Don't lose heart. Hang tough.

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Joined: Apr 2002

Thank you for the words of encouregement. I finished my chemo at the end of Jan and my radiation in the middle of March. I still fight daily to regain my energy. My neck and back are sore all of the time from the radiation. I am slowly going back to work but at the end of the day I am so worn out that I can't do a thing. It is nice to hear that life will be as it used to be. I can't wait for the day to come. Thanks again.
Hanging tough

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