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IIt is a type of lymphoma. The lymph nodes protect the body from infection. There are also leukocytes, spleen, as well. About 80% can be cured. especially when treated early
not yet known Patients with poor immunity have a greater chance of getting it.

from the history taking, physical examination, blood test, lymph node and collecting bone marrow to be examined under a microscope In some cases, abdominal surgery is performed to assess the spread of the disease. Lung X-rays, CT PETs also indicate diffuse disease. and referred to a specialist in oncology and radiation for further treatment.


depending on the distribution Chemotherapy, radiation to kill cancer cells, pain relievers, if the symptoms are severe A bone marrow transplant is required. The treatment was quite effective in 4 out of 5 patients.

Things to do

Tell your doctor about any medications you're taking.

Tell your doctor if you're pregnant and breast-feeding.

You should talk to people around you if you are stressed about cancer.

Eggs or sperm should be kept in a bank if you plan to have children.

Eggs or sperm should be kept in a bank if you plan to have children.

Tell your doctor if you have shortness of breath, chest tightness, coughing, and fever after radiation.

You should tell your doctor if there is any bleeding. Bleeding or fever, nausea, and vomiting after chemotherapy

don't do

Do not ignore the symptoms of enlarged lymph nodes.

Don't miss a doctor's appointment


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