05 Dec 2018
Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma is noted to be one of the most commonly found cancer in the U.S. with about 4% of all the other cancers. About 19,910 individuals were estimated to die from tis cancer in 2018. Lymphoma is the general term used to describe the various cancers that affect the lymph system of the human body. The early signs and symptoms are itchiness, rashes over skin folding, unexplained weight loss, fatigue, pain when drinking alcohol, fever and other bone pains. The causes may be attributed to previous minor or major cancers, family history, age, gender, immune system problems and other infections of the body. The treatments are given considering the stages and this includes active surveillance, bone marrow transplantation, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and immune therapy.