Published in Blood Weekly, December 11th, 2003
Lymphoma is a cancer that begins in the lymph nodes. Malignant white blood cells multiply and grow into tumors, enlarging the lymph nodes and other sites in the body. There are many kinds of lymphoma, but one of the most common forms is follicular lymphoma, a low-grade or slow-growing form of the disease.
"Patients with follicular lymphoma are generally diagnosed in their 60s; however, in recent years we have seen an...
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