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How can B-Cell Lymphoma be treated ?

I have B-cell Lymphoma and will be getting a transplant in the next few days.I went through clemo for a few months and their is still a few spots left on my chest . I was at stage two when I first started clemo. How long can I expect to live with this ? and will I need to see doctors the rest of my life?
Fri, 27 Jan 2012
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well there are only three modalities of treatment
Chemoterapy,Radiation and monoclonal antibody therapy.
Now after receiving a transplant you definitely need to be visiting your docter as the compliance has to be checked.so trust the treatment.
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How can B-Cell Lymphoma be treated ?

well there are only three modalities of treatment Chemoterapy,Radiation and monoclonal antibody therapy. Now after receiving a transplant you definitely need to be visiting your docter as the compliance has to be checked.so trust the treatment.