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R + CHOP chemotherapy for non-Hodgkin Lymphoma cancer: What side effects did you experience and how you did you manage them?
Hi, I'm Albert S.
Hello to all and my name is Al and I am 73 years old. In 1998, I was diagnosed with Non Hodgkins lymphoma which appeared as a lump on my tongue and which was confined to that area. I was scheduled for 4 sessions of R-CHOPS and radiation to follow. After the first chemo session, the tumor was practically gone and by # 3 it had completely disappeared. My oncologist told me he was not going to …   Read more…

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