The mother of 3-year-old Ellen was plagued with worry over her daughters swollen lymph nodes, even though doctors repeatedly told her it was nothing. They insisted the bumps on Ellens head and neck were caused by a simple infection. But after three months of taking antibiotics with no improvement, Ellens primary care doctor examined the bump on her head and said, Its not good. I dont know what this is, but we need to get it off. The doctor sent them immediately to the local childrens hospital, where the family was devastated to learn their little girl had non-Hodgkin lymphoma. The doctor referred Ellen to St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital. Read Ellen's story at