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What are the chances of dying from hodgkins lymphoma?
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Dr. Liawaty Ho
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
5 doctors agree
In brief: Low
Hodgkin's lymphoma is treatable and curable disease in majority cases.
With the treatment that we have for hodgkin's lymphoma , if treated appropriately, the risk for dying from hodgkin's lymphoma is low- approximately about 1 in 400 will have hodgkin's lymphoma 1:2000 will die from it. Off course, the prognosis will depend on the stage, and biology of the cancer as well as overall condition of pt.

In brief: Low
Hodgkin's lymphoma is treatable and curable disease in majority cases.
With the treatment that we have for hodgkin's lymphoma , if treated appropriately, the risk for dying from hodgkin's lymphoma is low- approximately about 1 in 400 will have hodgkin's lymphoma 1:2000 will die from it. Off course, the prognosis will depend on the stage, and biology of the cancer as well as overall condition of pt.
Dr. Liawaty Ho
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Dr. Steven Ginsberg
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Depends on stage
I think the data referred to actually state that developing hodgkin lymphoma (hl) over one's lifetime is 1:2000, and that 1:5 people with hl will die of it.
Assuming you have hl, your chance of dying of it depends upon the stage of disease. Overall, about 20% of patients diagnosed with hl will die of this.

In brief: Depends on stage
I think the data referred to actually state that developing hodgkin lymphoma (hl) over one's lifetime is 1:2000, and that 1:5 people with hl will die of it.
Assuming you have hl, your chance of dying of it depends upon the stage of disease. Overall, about 20% of patients diagnosed with hl will die of this.
Dr. Steven Ginsberg
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