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    someone very close to me has felt absolutely knackered for the past six months, finally dragged themselves to the docs for some tests and has been told they've got an inactive lymph gland.

    Does anybody know what this means? How will it affect them and can it be cured? They've been put on tablets and it seems they're gonna have to be on them for, like, FOREVER.

    any info will be appreciated, thanks!
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