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Was on Humira. Had infection, sigmoid removed. Having lymphoma, kidney cancer. Have one kidney. Suggestions?

I was on Humira for 6 months. I had told the dr. that I was subject to diverticulits, but she said it would not be a problem. Well, it was and I ended up with an infection so severe I had to have my sigmoid removed and had I not I would only have lived three to five months. That was in Nov. Now I have lymphoma and kidney cancer and I only have one kidney. What do I do now?
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Hi there,
Humira is known to cause severe infections. Are you still on it? What is the type and stage of lymphoma. Also for kidney cancer, what was the stage and pathology report. Have you not seen oncologist for the above conditions. Kindly give more details for me to be able to comment anything definitively. For lymphoma there are various options ranging from observation to chemotherapy to transplants. For Renal carcinoma for post operative patients again one may be kept of observation alone to chemotherapy or immunotherapy options.
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Answered: Fri, 21 Jun 2013
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