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    Question about "B" symptoms

    Son’s staging My son, Steven has had his first chemo treatment - ABVD - he will go for 6 cycles. PET/CT showed Largest node called a conglomerate and it is 15 cm in his left armpit. Some smaller nodes in the neck affected, however, the have discovered bone lesions, 2 in the spine, one rib...
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    Question about "B" symptoms

    We have a diagnosis for my son - NSHL. An appointment has been scheduled for him at the cancer institute in Edmonton, where I believe he will have extensive tests and they will determine staging. His appointment is January 16th and its his 31st birthday!
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    Question about "B" symptoms

    thanks for the information, and I guess we will know more tomorrow evening! Whatever the next steps are, I'm sure there will be a positive solution. Again, thanks I feel much better belonging to this group.
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    Question about "B" symptoms

    Thank you so much! I guess that will be the net step to remove the node. Sometimes the healthcare system in Canada can be frustrating.
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    Question about "B" symptoms

    Hi, I'm new and my 30 year old son is waiting for core needle biopsy results taken on Dec 23 for enlarged lymph node in the armpit. The enlarged node was found early April this year and just smaller than a golf ball, at which point he had an ultrasound - at that time he had no "B" symptoms. In...
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    Hi, I'm new and my 30 year old son is waiting for core needle biopsy results taken on Dec 23 for...

    Hi, I'm new and my 30 year old son is waiting for core needle biopsy results taken on Dec 23 for enlarged lymph node in the armpit. The enlarged node was found early April this year and just smaller than a golf ball, at which point he had an ultrasound - at that time he had no "B" symptoms. In...
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