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  1. Dj Bret Dj Bret United States says:

    this is such a great summary thank you. In my case there is an incidentally found lesion in my yellow bone marrow. A very useful addition to your article (a full circle sort of info) would be to reverse engineer the last list where you describe the origin location of various cancers. Sometimes they find the outlying bugger first and as I understand it, the location of that is often determined by the origin tumor (which then becomes a hunt to find but can be elusive).  Can you add a section on that?

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