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Grade 3 Follicular Lymphoma Is Watching A Regular Treatment

Grade 3 Follicular Lymphoma Is Watching A Regular Treatment

posted March 25, 2019
A MyLymphomaTeam Member

The stages for lymphoma are different from many other cancers. It is determined by how many regions of the body are affected. If only one region is affected then stage one. They differentiate between above and below the diaphragm. I have stage two because affected nodes are in my groin and abdomen. The aggressiveness of the lymphoma depends on the type, not where it is.

posted November 27, 2019
A MyLymphomaTeam Member

I was told grade 1-2 is not treated immediately unless you're symptomatic. I have 1-2. Not sure about grade 3. I thought that was more aggressive. But I'm really not sure.

posted March 25, 2019
A MyLymphomaTeam Member

I have Lymphoplasmacytic Lymphoma. Is anyone near Madison, WI?

posted April 23, 2019
A MyLymphomaTeam Member

Yes it is. 4 years now. Stage 4

posted November 6, 2019
A MyLymphomaTeam Member

I live a few hours above Madison, WI right near Lacrosse, WI. I have MCL and have been in remission now for about a year.

posted November 6, 2019

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