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There is light at the end of the tunnel

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Joined: Apr 2003

For those of you undergoing treatments right now for NHL, it can get better. I just celebrated my 8th anniversary of my autologous bone marrow treatment. Yes, I have some residuals but I focus on the positives of life and refuse to dwell on my *problems*.

I was diagnosed in 1994 with stage 4 T-Cell lymphoma. Spent a month on life support and then went through traditional CHOP + Bleo before doing the BMT.

Going through chemo and/or radiation is tough but there really is hope out there. Before long, it will be just a memory.

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Joined: Jun 2003

Congrats on the 8 years of the new you. What residuals might one expect to encounter? Thanks.

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