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What are the symptoms of non-hodgkin's lymphoma?
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Dr. Ed Kaplan
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
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In brief: None or Many
Swollen glands fever sweats weight loss pain alcohol intolerance rash shortness of breath fatigue swelling headache itching assorted other symptoms depending on type, location, stage, organ involvement, etc/.

In brief: None or Many
Swollen glands fever sweats weight loss pain alcohol intolerance rash shortness of breath fatigue swelling headache itching assorted other symptoms depending on type, location, stage, organ involvement, etc/.
Dr. Ed Kaplan
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Dr. Agos Luca
Pathology
In brief: Multiple
The diagnosis and treatment of lymphoma, like any other cancer, should be managed by an oncologist.
Many signs and symptoms are possible at presentation including unexplained weight loss, lymph node enlargement, lack of appetite, night sweats, prolonged fever, enlarged spleen and/or liver, etc.

In brief: Multiple
The diagnosis and treatment of lymphoma, like any other cancer, should be managed by an oncologist.
Many signs and symptoms are possible at presentation including unexplained weight loss, lymph node enlargement, lack of appetite, night sweats, prolonged fever, enlarged spleen and/or liver, etc.
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