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how long does hodgkins lymphoma take to progress from one stage to another?

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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Pathology 49 years experience
Variable: There are multiple types of lesions called Hodgkin lymphoma. These behave differently and there are variations even with the same type of tumor. There is not a clear cut answer. Visit this site for info on this topic: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/hodgkins-lymphoma/symptoms-causes/syc-20352646 Wish you good health!

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What are the effects of lymphoma treatment in pregnancy?

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It depends: The treatment of lymphoma depends on the type (hodgkin's vs non-hodgkin's) and stage, and can include chemotherapy and/or radiation. After the first trimester, and avoiding radiation, it is possible to limit toxicity to the fetus, but your team should include your cancer doctors (hematologist/oncologist), your obstetrician and a pediatrician specializing in neonatology (care of newborns).
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Could having leukopenia lead to hodgkin disease or any other type of cancers?

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YES: Leukopenia means low white cell count. It can be associated with various things, which can include: infection (eg., cold/ flu, typhoid, hiv, aids, malaria, tuberculosis, etc), aplastic anemia, cancer (eg, hogkin's lymphoma, leukemia, myelofibrosis, etc.), metabolic deficiencies (eg, copper, zinc and folate (folic acid) deficiencies), or treatment-related (eg, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, etc).
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How can lymphoma be prevented?

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Dr. Ephraim Hochberg
Medical Oncology 25 years experience
No: Unfortunately there's no known way of preventing lymphoma. Certain rare types of lymphoma only occur in patients with HIV or can be caused by other infections, so in one sense preventing these infections can prevent lymphoma.
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What is "melanoma lymphoma"?

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Medical Oncology 34 years experience
I don't know: It is possible that you have 2 very different cancers lumped together. Melanoma is one form of cancer and lymphoma another. They are quite different. On the other hand multiple myeloma is another type of cancer that is often confused with melanoma. I would be glad to revisit this question with you if you research the disease a little more. On the other hand, i may learn something new.
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Do many have lymphoma?

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Estimate: About 80, 000 cases are expected in the us in the next year based on the seer database.

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