Hi everyone. I am new to this group. My husband has NON-hodgkins Lymphoma. To be more specific it is a diffused large b-cell lymphoma. The docotor has said that this is very rare in a 28yr old. This is the harest thing to see him go thru. We have been together since 01' but married just 2 yrs. We are going to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan. He is receiving r-chop right now and on sept 13 will be his last r-chop and than we go for a pescan to see if it is working. After that my husband will be going for ICE where he will be in the hospital. In our years of beinning together he has never been in the hospital. I am very frighten with this. I know he will be in the right spot. I cannot stay with him cause I have to work to we can stay in our place. What am I going to do? Am I in the wrong for being freaked out? There are so many people that say they know what I am going thru but in reality the people that say they know really dont cause they have never been thru this before.
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