Three years ago my husband and I spent 10 days cleaning our daughter's house following a severe house fire, builders in to restore (that took a year), our son-in-law developed melanoma during the year re-build. We carried out an extensive house-clean, installed new furniture etc., for their return to their home, our son-in-law was home 4 days when he died. Within another week my husband's lymph glands in his neck were very enlarged and he was quite unwell. He subsequently had to have 6 months of high-dose prednisilone (he has p17- deletion), as a result he suffered 4 fractured vertebrae. Given the above info......... we are considering moving house to be nearer the cll centre of excellence, i.e. Bexley Wing St James Leeds knowing that the cll will probably rear its ugly head again. I am concerned that the sheer stress of selling/moving might reduce my husband's fragile state just now and necessitate more aggressive treatment. He currently has ivig every 28 days, and has nebulised colomycin for haemophyllus influenza which he developed whilst we did the major house clean.In the long term, I feel to be nearer the hospital would be very beneficial, but in the short-term I am concerned the move might enhance the need for more treatment.......... any thoughts anybody??
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