Items Tagged ‘non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma’

41 Years Later, Still Cancer Free

November 27, 2019

41 Years Later, Still Cancer Free

By uclahealth uclahealth

“It’s been 41 years since my transplant,” recalls 74-year-old John Frey, who was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma when he was 31-years-old. John shared his medical journey during the Celebration of Life 50th Anniversary. “I was stage 4B at the time, and we hoped chemotherapy would be enough to put me in remission, but I got […]

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Tags: bone marrow transplant, chemotherapy, featured, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, transplant


September 12, 2019

We Meet Again…My Revered Radiation Oncologist

By KSC KSC

I am in Korcula, Croatia sailing on a 42’ boat with 3 other couples.We are sitting knee to knee in the stern cockpit.We start exchanging pleasantries, stories, histories, etc. with the lovely couple whose knees I am touching.Where are you from? Los Angeles they say….more banter, exchanges, laughter….They ask, what was your business? Us: Real […]

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Tags: Dr. Steinberg, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, patient stories, radiation oncology


August 15, 2018

Glad I was referred to Dr. Livhits

By Lulu Lulu

In 2009 I was told I had hyperthyroidism and began taking meds. Then in December 2011 I was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins lymphoma. By March 2012 I was in remission. I had heart palpitations and tremors but nothing was offered to me but medications. In January 2016 I was told I had acute myloid leukemia. I […]

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Tags: acute myloid leukemia, Anxiety, bone marrow transplant, cancer, Dr. Ines Donangelo, Dr. Masha Livhits, endocrinology, goiter, heart palpitations, hyperthyroidism, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, patient stories


They can never feel it's truly gone

September 25, 2015

They can never feel it’s truly gone

By uclahealth uclahealth

“Pete had a stem cell transplant because he had non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and the [subsequent] prescription drug interaction is the reason he experienced kidney failure,” says Kathleen Koch-Weser, wife of Pete Koch-Weser, who started peritoneal dialysis in June of 2013. Pete adds, “I’m on PD for nine-and-a- half hours each night, every night. And I will […]

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Tags: Dr. Anjay Rastogi, kidney failure, kidney transplant, nephrologist, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, peritoneal dialysis, prescription drug interaction, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, stem-cell transplant