Hello! My name is Jennifer and I am a 38 yr. young w-female that was recently diagnosed with NHL+.... The name of this discussion is my actual diagnosis. I am NOT really understanding this diagnosis. My oncologist has not really been able to explain the diagnosis where I can understand him. It's not that he is foreign and I can not understand him that way. I just do not understand what it is that I have and it is really starting to scare me as I do know that it is spreading and it is spreading fast and aggressively. I would really like to know if anyone has been diagnosed with this type of Lymphoma and went through any of the treatment for it??? Also, does ANYONE know what ALK is??? I would appreciate ANYresponses as soon as possible and you may even E-Mail me the response to really keep it private if you like...E-MAIL:email@example.comView Thread
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