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Hepatosplenic lymphoma

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I am new to this site.  Just wondering if anyone else has this particular or similar kind of monkey on their back. 

Not trying to be funny but I suppose humour is good...or so I have been told.  Anyway my liver is spiking along with the rest of my bloodwork except my hemoglobins, yay.   

I do not even know how to post tis but I will give it a whirl


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i pressed submit and there it is .  ok so thanks to anyone that can shed some light on this for me. Sealed

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Welcome! As a T-Cell Lymphoma patient, you have no doubt found all sorts of bad news on the web. Since T-Cell Lymphomas are rare and aggressive, I strongly advise you to seek a T-Cell specialist at a National Cancer Institute designated cancer center. I am not being hyperbolic when I say that this can make a life or death difference. As well, one of the doctors at Fred Hutchinson has established a T-Cell Foundation which has a wealth of valuable information and resources. Here is his article on Hepatosplenic T-Cell Lymphoma. Only a well-qualified pathologist can properly identify the disease, and a hematologist who specializes in T-Cell Lymphomas will have knowledge of the absolute latest in treatment.

I have not had Hepatosplenic T-Cell Lymphoma, but I have had Peripheral T-Cell Lymphoma-NOS and Angioimmunoblastic T-Cell Lymphoma.  

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