• I'm interested in hearing from someone who has gone several years with no relapse after R-CHOP who had NHL Stage III.

    Asked by marshala1 on Tuesday, September 18, 2012

    I'm interested in hearing from someone who has gone several years with no relapse after R-CHOP who had NHL Stage III.

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    • ScrapbookerKay's Avatar
      ScrapbookerKay

      I was diagnosed Aug 2008 with NHL, stage III. January 19. 2012 was my 3 year anniversary of remission. I had 8 treatments of the CHOP followed by 6 Rituxan treatments. I was having CAT scans every 6 months, but just this past May I will not get a check up once a year. I feel fine. I am now 59. Hope this helps.

      about 5 years ago
    • lexie's Avatar
      lexie

      It will be two yrs this Oct since my treatment of R-CHOP. I had NHL- stage IV & I am doing great. I have an appointment with my oncologist Oct 19 & hoping for a good report. If I do, then I will be having six month check-ups rather than three month check-ups as I've been having.

      about 5 years ago
    • HeidiJo's Avatar
      HeidiJo

      I had Non-Hodgkin type small cell, stage ll, and received R-CHOP. I am 2 and a half years after my last treatment.

      about 5 years ago
    • sharron's Avatar
      sharron

      I am a seven year survivor of stage 4 lymphoma. I did have r-chop, but it was followed by a bexxar treatment.

      Sharon

      about 5 years ago
    • emnurse73's Avatar
      emnurse73

      I had NHL stage IV primary of the bone (spine) had 6 treatment of R_CHOP and have been cancer free for 2 years. Did have some damage to the heart from treatment and now have a pacemaker but back working as a nurse. I thank God for each day..

      about 5 years ago

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