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How to test for lymphoma in a child?

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Dr. Bryan Levey
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In brief: Blood

Sometimes blood tests are followed by bone marrow biopsies (take a sample of bone marrow, look at it under a microscope, see if there are cancer cells there).
Some times other sites may be biopsied as well.

In brief: Blood

Sometimes blood tests are followed by bone marrow biopsies (take a sample of bone marrow, look at it under a microscope, see if there are cancer cells there).
Some times other sites may be biopsied as well.
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