Good morning to all
I'm new to this forum and I see that the human power is greater than anything else.
First of all excuse me for my English
I'm writing so that I can get some answers to my concerns.
My father in law was diagnosed with Primary Adrenal NHL with no adrenal insufficiency. A very rare case with so few incidents worldwide.
The sock to all of us was great because he is 63 years old and just had his two first grand kids who adores.
After a long period of testing he started RCHOP and on last Friday he made the 6th cycle.
He has the ups and downs all the 21 days between the cycles but he seems to be strong enough.
At the end of the 3d cycle he made a scan and it showed that the two tumors that he has at the adrenal glands were reduced about 30%. At the testing were found one 11 cm and the other 9cm.
So the first question is this normal? We should expect farther reduce or is it normal?
Another thing is that the 4h cycle was terrible for him. He felt fatigue almost all the 21 days between cycles.
He is going to make 8 cycles of RCHOP and at the end will have a new scan.
My first interaction with the forum is a huge post but so is our concerns, so I request your sympathy about this.
I hope that everyone in here have from now on only good news and of course appreciation of the wonderful life.
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