Category Archives: Lymphoma

Chemo Hair

Now that my 8 rounds of “CHOP (*) therapy” are behind me, I am close to the two-month milestone of  a chemo-free life and being almost medication-free. I would like to think that I am also “cancer free” but that will … Continue reading

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Are we there yet?

Version française In the wee hours of the morning before the day of my medical appointment, I was awakened by a massive tremor and a tremendous « sonic boom »; a sound that evoked images in my mind of some kind of … Continue reading

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The Next Step: Glowing in the Dark!

 Version Française Next week (September 24 & 28), I will undergo a CT (Computed Tomography)  and a PET (Positron Emission Tomography) scan to assess how my lymphoma has progressed after 8 cycles of chemotherapy that started in March 2012. The CT scan is … Continue reading

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