I Have A Swollen Lymph Node In Front Of My Trachea. My Oncologist Feels It's Very Suspicious And It Is Inoperable Where It's At. Does Anyone Out There Know Serviviational Rate Of This If It Is Indeed Cancer?

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If a biopsy can be done it will tell you if this cancer, If it is cancer of the lymph nodes (lymphoma) it is very treatable. Treatment depends on the cell type and stage. I am an 8 year survivor of lymphoma. Six cycles of chemo took about 6 months and I have been well since then. Talk with your oncologist about your options. Good Luck!
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joset parnas
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Thank you first of all i am going to do a ultra sound to see what ia it first than i will do a biopsy tks

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