I am glad that you have found a way to help yourself but I must put in a waning here for the other members who may read your story.
To test for lymphoma, a doctor will perform an excisional biopsy, taking a small sample of tissue from the affected nodes or organs. The biopsy sample will be viewed under a microscope by a pathologist. Most patients will receive a lymph node biopsy, but if the lymphoma affects organs like the skin, brain or the stomach. You did not mention if your were tested by a medical Dr.
Once the diagnosis of lymphoma is clear, it becomes necessary to perform a number of tests to see how far the disease has spread and which organs are involved. Scans of different parts of the body as well as a bone marrow test may be done if the doctor feels it is required. Also, some blood tests can show how advanced the disease is, and if the patient is fit for treatment with chemotherapy. Once these tests are done, the oncologist can discuss treatment options with the patient.
There are four main types of treatment for lymphomas
Bone marrow or stem cell transplant
REference: Indranil Mallick, M.D.
For anyone with cancer please do consult with an oncologist before you try to cure yourself. I wish you each the best.
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