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I understand the feeling of a recurrence of cancer after you feel it is "behind me." I have had three surgeries for a rare form of cancer, neuroendocrine tumors/carcinoid cancer. My third surgery was 11 years after the second surgery.
Is your lymphoma in remission now?
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The lymphoma is in remission. I have been declared cured of it.
I too have have been diagnosed with this rare cancer as well. My first diagnosis (November 2017) with a tumor on my parotid gland, I had to have the gland removed and several lymphoids removed, followed with 36 radiation treatments and chemo. I had a recurrence of this cancer in November of this year on my liver and spine. They treated the liver with an ablation and the spine with 2 treatments of radiation. I pray this is end of the rare cancer.
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