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Diagnosed with Hodgkins lymphoma stage 11B. Had bone marrow transplant. Having cough with phlegm, night sweats. Cancer relapse?

Hello my fiancé was diagnosed with hodgkins lymphoma stage IIB sep 2012. And just recently went for a bone marrow transplant. He got discharged from hospital about less than a week ago because of good white cell counts. But just 2 days ago, he had a cough and the cough is now phleghm-y after he took some cough syrup . And just yesterday be started to have night sweats . Is the cancer coming back?
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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I don't think your fiancé cancer resurfaced again within this short time.
This may be related to infection, as just 2 weeks back only completed the transplant. a trial of antibiotics can be tried. If symptoms persistent, better to search for recurrence of disease.
Answered: Wed, 19 Jun 2013
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