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Cheryl Sousa of Taylor had gone to the emergency department at Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital with severe pain in her left rib.
Liz Dale’s symptoms mimicked those of menopause – hot flashes, night sweats, pain and fatigue. But tests revealed something more. Liz was diagnosed a highly malignant and invasive form of hematopoietic cancer called non-Hodgkin’s diffuse large B-cell “double hit” lymphoma, and it was stage 4.
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