Pain symptoms may signal cancer, not always

AM : March 2006 : Rising that morning as I always did to shower and shave before heading to work, I found a lump the size of a golf ball under my right arm. No pain. Only a large lump. Later, the diagnosis was an aggressive form of mantle cell lymphoma. Sixteen months later, I had a unrelated donor (allogeneic) stem cell transplant (Aug. 2007) that saved my life.

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