I'm the step mom of 2 young boys and have been for 3 years. Their mother has either non-hodgkins or recurrent hodgkins. The reason I'm not sure what she has is because depending on the day, she says she has either one of those. Is there a difference? I know she has had chemo/radiation treatments 3 times over the past 3 years, I know it is stage 3a, but as to which type I don't know. I also know that at one point she told her ex (my husband) that she had a 25-50% chance of beating it but then later said she never said that. I'm scared because if it is really bad, I want to plan on what to do with respect to my step sons and my their future. Sometimes I think that it really isn't any of my business but on the other hand it kind of is because if it is really bad than I need to plan - I guess in my own head.
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