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Chronic lymphoma, enlarged prostrate. Radiation therapy scheduled, cancer cells on forehead. Prognosis?

my husband is 74 years old 3 years ago diaggnosed with chronic lymphoma today microglobulin 5.9 deos it need urgent treatments also sufferes from enraged prostate wears cateter scheduled for prostate surgery plus 2 months ago had squamous carcinoma removed from forhead cancours cells remained and is scheduled for radation on forehead which problem most urgent my mail is YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sat, 6 Oct 2012
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Hi there, Thanks for your query. If I understand correctly he has old diagnosis of lymphoma and the question is whether to go for prostate surgery first or radiation first for forehead skin cancer. In such situations, cancers treatment is a priority and should be done first. Prostate surgery can be considered later. Take care Regards
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