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Doctors had found a spot on his lung, which then spread to his lymph nodes.
But a regular screening on March 10 led to a biopsy being done, which revealed the cancer had spread to his lymph nodes.
Bettis underwent surgery in November for his cancer, and was forced to undergo chemotherapy in March after the cancer spread to his lymph nodes.
All showed signs typical of a lethal anthrax infection, such as bleeding and swollen lymph nodes, but in other cases, the only evidence is genetic, meaning that the animals may have carried B. cereus but died of something else, Gillespie notes.
In the year after the kidney transplant, Emily was diagnosed with stage 3 lymphoma, had her lymph nodes removed from her neck as well as her adenoids, and started chemotherapy.
Four started the trial with melanoma that had already spread to their lymph nodes (stage IIIB/C).
The prions also sweep through lymph nodes and the spleen.
In addition to species that cause common skin infections such as roundworm and athlete’s foot, other strains cause internal infections that can lead to painful mouth lesions, swollen lymph nodes, and even death.
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medical : a pale fluid that contains white blood cells and that passes through channels in the body and helps to keep bodily tissues healthy
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