What Is Cancer?
As you learn all about your diagnosis, you may have questions that you want to discuss with your doctor. For now, let’s begin with the basics.
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Follicular Lymphoma (FL) Cancer Information
Source: Cancer Support CommunityWhile there are about 60 different subtypes of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, most subtypes fall within 2 main groups, both named for the cell where the lymphoma originates: B-cell lymphomas or T-cell lymphomas.
Source: American Cancer SocietyA brief overview of non-Hodgkin lymphoma including the different types, tests, questions, treatments, clinical trials, and what happens after treatment.
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Author: Sarah HandzelYou may wonder if you should seek a second opinion about your cancer diagnosis and treatment options. Second opinions may confirm your diagnosis and provide invaluable information about your cancer and where it’s located in your body.
Source: Cancer Support CommunityAre you newly diagnosed? Here's what you need to know.
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