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The blogger source followed here is Marc Kashinsky and he has an indolent type of Mantle Cell Lymphoma (MCL), a typically uncommon form of lymphoma, except it so seems otherwise in his case. }:{ He reports being diagnosed over 10 years ago, managing to survive since then without aggressive treatment, by following a few simple rules:  "Eat a [mostly] well balanced diet, exercise (cycling, at least up until recently), abstaining from taking supplements or any medications, drinking 5 to 6 cups of [Japanese] green tea a day, and most importantly [lots of good wine], flossing and brushing his teeth twice a day, everyday."  }:{  alt@source   }:{  Obviously, Marc's specific cancer* and "treatment" path were different from mine, as I had a more aggressive and life-threatening form of MCL that could only be cured with a stem-cell transplant.  Despite the difference, he remains a source of information that I value and a blogger I enjoy reading.
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* There are more than forty types of lymphoma

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