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Jasimine’s Fight Like a Girl Story (Hodgkin’s Lymphoma)

Hi my name is Jasimine and I am 16. I am a Hodgkin’s Lymphoma survivor. I found out I had cancer in Feb of 08. I went through 9 rounds of chemo in 9 months on 3 different regiments. After the chemo they told me and my mom that the chemo had not worked, so they said I needed a stem cell transplant.

So I went to Oklahoma City and I was there for almost a month before they did the stem cell harvest. After a week they admitted me to the hospital and I did 3 full days of chemo. Then they did the transplant. I was in the hospital a total of 3 weeks and 1 day. I was supposed to be there for 4 to 6 months. so we went back to the doctor and they told me I needed to do radiation. I did radiation for 3 weeks every day after school.

So now I am doing better. And living almost normal.

Submitted 4-5-11

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  1. Paula

    Hi Jasimine,

    My name is Paula and I want to tell you how brave you are and things will get better for you. I was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma January 15, 1987, I was 20 yrs old at the time. I am now a 24 yr survivor living a very healthy life.

    Good luck

    • Jasimine

      Hello Paula,

      Thank you and congrats. I am now healthy . I have been in remission for 6 months. and I go in for blood work every 2 months and scans every 4 months. Thank you for the support and story.


      • Jan

        Hi, I am 16 and ihave all the symptoms of lymphoma, my doctor and everyone believe its lymphoma and it will be diagnosed tomorrow, I have had a lump in my neck for a year and in the past two months I have started feeling all the symptoms my heart rate is over 100 my temperature is 38.2 I sweat every night, I lost weight, lots of itching, and extremely tired all the time and i fainted once which iv never fainted in my life….the doctor has already briefed me on the treatment and how long it will take…but I’m worried, allot about you think I would be able to continue my year of collage…will I be even more ill then I am when on medication and chemo, radio ex…if its been going on for a year and its only being diagnosed now, is that very late?..

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