Text: Ye Jinchuan (Chairman of the Chinese Blood Donation Movement Association) I was diagnosed with lymphoma in January 2015, and by January 2022, I have been battling lymphoma for seven years. The lymphoma I have suffered from is Marginal Zone B Cell Lymphoma, which is of low grade. The cancer cells are more like normal lymphocytes, and their differentiation and growth rate is slower. Malignant lymphoma may be less easily identified by the defense system and may not be easier to cure. Five years later, lymphoma comes back again After finding out that I have lymphoma, I started treatment in March 2015, including 15 times of radiotherapy and 6 times of targeted therapy.
The course of treatment ended in June 2015. After examination, it was confirmed that there were no signs of lymphoma, and it was considered a remission of the cancer. . Unexpectedly, in January 2020, when the COVID-19 (serious special infectious pneumonia, new coronary pneumonia, Wuhan pneumonia) outbreak broke out, I began to have frequent coughs, and went to the doctor's examination at home medicine, otolaryngology, and asthma. , I can't see what wedding photo retouching services the problem is, and the cough has not been solved. Later, when I showed the test report to the hematology-oncologist, he did not hesitate to point out that the lymphoma had recurred. It has been more than five years since the first diagnosis of the disease. I originally thought that if there is no recurrence within five years after the treatment is completed, it should be good and there will be no recurrence. However,
this is a wrong concept, because although targeted therapy can kill cancer Cells, however unrecognized cancer cells hide and go undetected, and thus may actually delay relapse. Two-pronged approach, cancer recurrence is also in remission The lymphoma recurred and was aggressive. The first cancer was diagnosed as the second stage, and the affected parts were the eye sockets and lacrimal glands. The second cancer diagnosis is the fourth stage. The affected parts include the lungs (hydropleural effusion), the retroperitoneal membrane and the bone marrow. The main problem is the asthma and cough symptoms caused by the pleural