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Comment from: John, 35-44 Male (Patient) Published: September 23

My treatment was with antibiotics, which brought down the infection. The lymph nodes in my left armpit have continued to swell and now are painful and rock hard. This is going on month four. I was misdiagnosed for the first four weeks.

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