In this video from Harry Says Hello, Harry talks about his journey so far with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Harry first began to experience symptoms six months ago when he started feeling run down and discovered swollen glands in his neck. After an unsatisfactory visit to his doctor, he took a blood test that told him he was anemic and had a low red blood cell count.
Over the next few months, Harry continued to feel unwell, picking up random chest infections, suffering from chronic fatigue and regularly experiencing night sweats. He returned to his doctor, who referred him to a specialist who discovered a lump his neck and ordered a biopsy.
After three biopsies, Harry was finally diagnosed with advanced Hodgkin’s lymphoma and is now undergoing six months of chemotherapy.
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