Diagnosed in May 2018. New to the group and have been unable to find any support group. It is strange that people say you are lucky it is a mild form of cancer, really? I worry more than I ever have. I served on the DMZ of Korea(Army) 1969-1970. I was exposed to Agent Orange for 13 months but proving it to the VA is a joke. Long story and do not want to bore anyone. Still going through the maze of VA bureaucracy.
I have read alot about the disease and find out it is a rare cancer and is only 2% to 3% of cancers. I have had some swollen lymph nodes and one removed near my stomach during surgery for something else. They also found an enlarge lymph on my pancreas.
The unknown is what worries me! I am 69 and I don't worry about death but worry about treatment, no matter how evryone sugar coats it.
Glad I found this site! Looking forward to reading other peoples stories.