A Second Cancer

It’s been a long time since I posted anything.   Recently I was diagnosed with a second primary cancer.  I’ve had surgery and am well on the way to recovery.

My hematologist and the head and neck cancer specialist agreed it wasn’t necessary for me to undergo aggressive surgery for this cancer, so I didn’t have a radical neck dissection.  Both agree that it’s likely my suppressed immune system (from myeloma and treatment) was part of why the second cancer developed.

I’ll explain more about what happened when I can.


  1. Sheri L Baker

    Sorry to hear you are going thru this.


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