We made it thru bone marrow & Pet Scan last Fri; at hospital at 7 & after all tests home by 2. A very long day for someone who is so sick. I'm with him nonstop so what I see is a very sick man but daughter says he is getting a slightly yellow color which I fear means cancer is now in the liver. We have a busy wk ahead of us. Meet with surgeon tomorrow ref getting port put in, has to have an echo of the heart on Wed, & FINALLY on Fri a sit down face to face with oncologist who will go over every single test we've had these past 2 wks. For anyone with any experience with B cell lymphoma (is all I know right now) is it normal to have an echo of the heart? We thought the Pet Scan was the last test. He had an EKG last wk (normal) & not that an echo is a big deal, but I'm wondering if somehow the Pet Scan showed something around the heart. My stress level is off the chart. My heart aches that over 2 mo ago, when we got the CT with the mass in the abdomen & then the no diagnosis biospy that I did not stop that remicade infusion & the other meds right then--why oh why did I not have the sense to say to the drs--hey we can't take this when there is a ? of cancer & I didn't. Guess we were just in such a routine of take more tests, wait for results & take your medicine--it just got past me & it has really hurt him. What we have done is pour gas on a raging fire which I'm afraid we cannot put out. Again I ask, does anybody know if it's normal to have an echo with this lymphoma or do you think we have additional problems?