Can you have normal blood count (cbc) and lymphoma?

Yes. Lymphoma is a cancerous condition coming from lymphocytes, one type of white blood cells that protect your body from infection. Usually it arises from lymph glands or lymphoid tissues (tonsils, spleen etc) and rarely from non lymphoid tissue (bowels, thyroid). It would not cause change in blood count unless the bone marrow is involved and overwhelmed by the cancer cells which then will be stage iv.
Yes, you can. When lymphoma is more localized on the lymph nodes -at earlier stage and does not involve bone marrow significantly - usually your CBC should be normal. When lymphoma infiltrates the bone marrow and occupies significant amount of the bone marrow then you will see supression of the normal blood counts on your cbc.

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It possible to have lymphoma and normal blood count?

Yes, possible. When the lymphoma is minimal and localized/contained on the lymphatic gland and does not involve the bone marrow- your blood counts could be normal. In later stage ( stage iv) when the lymphoma involves the bone marrow and startes to supress the production of normal blood counts- your blood counts will be affected and become abnormal. Read more...
Yes. Yes, lymphoma, unlike leukemia, takes a while to involve the bone marrow and/or peripheral blood, therefore the blood count is frequently normal, especially early in the disease. Read more...

Could a complete blood count (cbc) determine leukemia or lymphoma?

Not the best way . A blood cell count and blood smear may provide an indication of leukemia, however, diagnosis usually requires examination of bone marrow. Diagnosis of lymphoma usually requires biopsy of the node and examination of the tissue by a pathologist. Read more...