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What Is The Life Expectancy Of Someone With Advanced Lymphoma Just A Few Months
Not necessarily.: "lymphoma" acrtually encompasses many different diagnoses. In general, lymphomas a very responsive to chemotherapy. Some, like hodgkin lymphoma are frequently curable, even in advanced stage. For some of the aggressive lymphomas, response depends on a number of factors, including age and stage, but still can do well. The low grade lymphomas are not curable, but many years of life are possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: There are many factors that effect life expectancy including the patients underlying health and the stage of lymphoma. For example lymphoma that is slower growing and has not spread is a better case than a lymphoma that is aggressive and has spread to multiple organs. Hard to answer that question without more information. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
?????: The better question would be: why in God's creation would someone not get treated for a highly curable disease like Hodkin's disease? I am not even sure that an accurate answer to your question is possible to come up with. Ultimately it would cause death but how long it would take? Cannot tell. ...Read more
I am 31 and have had follicular lymphoma for 5 years. I am in remission. I have cvid. For my age what is the life expectancy?
Complex: CVID is a complex disease, nowadays regaining good humoral (antibody) immunity with proper replacement therapy and prompt treatment with antibiotics has improved the quality of life tremendously for patients with CVID, although lymphoma is a complication of the disease, but you survived 5 years already, which is the benchmark year for good prognosis for lymphoma, longevity can be as non-CVID ...Read more
Depends: Hodgkin lymphoma is a highly curable cancer. Severe CHF might limit some of the chemotherapy options, but even in the unusual circumstance that no chemotherapy could be given, cures can still be achieved with radiotherapy alone. Life expectancy for untreated disease depends on a number of factors but is likely to be only about 12 months on average with some doing better and some worse. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Prognosis is Good.: Follicular lymphoma is a slow growing type of nhl which responds very well to treatment, but can rarely be cured. Despite this, the prognosis is generally very good and the median survival is about 8-15 years according to the nci. A recently published study from stanford has shown that since 1997 the median survival has increased to over 18 years. Life expectancy depends on the extent of disease. ...Read more
MIPI: This is imperfect, but this calculator can be uesd to determine prognosis in mantle cell lymphoma (mcl). Mcl international prognostic index (mipi): https://www.Qxmd.Com/calculate-online/hematology/prognosis-mantle-cell-lymphoma-mipi -- additional supportive and treatment options may improve these numbers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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