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    Laurasalzy wrote on Wiltbay's wall

    Welcome. I was diagnosed with T Cell NHL at age 60. T cell is much rarer than B cell NHL and can be very scary. My local Oncologist who is one of the smartest doctors I have ever met sent me to MD Anderson in Houston to be treated by Dr. Michele Fanali. This is the most amazing hospital. These two doctors worked together and saved my life. I was in Hospice at the end but my local doctor didn’t give up. I am now 67 and cancer free. All I can say is never stop fighting. If you have any questions, I’m here for you.

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    I also was diagnosed with T Cell NHL in 2010. I was treated at MD Anderson in Houston which is rated number one in the country for cancer care. I had other issues with my heart so my story is different but my point is don't ever give up the fight. I too was in hospice and my family was told I was at the end. Well, I have been in remission since late 2011 and my blood shows no signs of the NHL. Mine was a very rare subtype with very few known survivors. You will be in my prayers and please continue to fight. I wasn't even able to stand from the weakness but my family held me up and my wonderful Doctor saved my life. Please stay positive and keep us posted.

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