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Child has red rash, upper respiratory infection, nodules under skin. Inflamed lymph nodes

My grand daughter, age 6 had a red rash and upper respiratory infection, then she developed 6 nodules under the skin. One the size of a quarter on the left side of her chest, two small, dime sized leisons under her arm on the left and one small pimple sized next to her nipple . Her Lymph nodes are all inflammed and her WBC is 16. What type of cancer are they evaluating?
Asked On : Fri, 28 Sep 2012
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Dear uniqrene I am sorry to hear about your grand daughter. The history
which you gave us she had upper respiratory infection with red rash follwed
by swelling of rew lymph glands. She got WBC16000 which shows leucocytosis
In other word shr has had bacrerial infection. What you talking about Cancer?
Please let me know what you makes say that. Kindest regards Dr. S.K.Mukherjee
Answered: Sat, 6 Oct 2012
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