My mother, age 78, is in generally good health. She exercises fairly often, drives all over the place, and stays busy. She's about 20 pounds
overweight on a 5'2" frame.
She was just diagnosed with "mild lymphoma." What is this? Sounds like some doctor needs to be more specific. What should she do to get rid of it and to keep from getting it again? She is, in theory, open-minded enough to try just about anything.
She did just lose the love of her life, her husband of 34 years, 1 1/2 years ago, and she's had a series of unpleasant events - a break-in, a failed transmission, some skin cancer removed from her face. Doctors say there is no more cancer anywhere.
Any suggestions for her will be most appreciated.