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Former Suffocation Guitarist Guy Marchais Diagnosed With Hodgkins Lymphoma

Former Suffocation guitarist Guy Marchais has been diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, a type of cancer in the blood which attacks the immune system in the body and lymph nodes. A fundraiser has been set up for him, on which a statement reads:

"On January 19th, 2018, we found out that Guy Marchais was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Hodgkin’s Lymphoma is a blood cancer effecting the body’s immmune system and lymph nodes. This comes just 80 days after his niece was diagnosed with the same exact thing. Although not genetic, lighting struck twice in our family. I’m calling to everyone to donate what you can. Even with health insurance, bills are piling up in the thousands. There are many more tests to be done before starting his treatment plan on February 5th, which includes chemo and possibly radiation. Our family is struggling and could really use your help."

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1. DreamHeater writes:

That sucks.

I went through the exact same diagnosis a few years ago. Chemo is a B!TCH.

I'm hopeful he'll pull through, though - treatment for Hodgin's has a crazy high success rate. Sending good vibes your way, man.

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2. I'm not Jesus Christ writes:

f*** you cancer!

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