Reader’s Corner:Lymphoma removal:

Plenty of advice, too, for the woman who’s having a lymphoma removed, but is worried about subsequent spread of the cancer. One woman, who recently went through the procedure, says it is vital that the whole lump, including fatty content and the sack it’s in, must be removed. Some doctors instead just syringe out the contents, a simpler and cheaper procedure that can cause the cancer to spread. The woman eventually had the operation performed privately, and it’s important that the surgeon writes to you that he will remove everything.


Another discourages massaging the lymphoma as this may cause cancer cells to spread. Another says that diet and other alternative therapies such as visualisation could complement any surgery, and especially afterwards to reduce the possibilities of secondary growths.


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