What is T-cell lymphoma?

Answer T-cell lymphoma occurs when a type of white blood cell known as lymphocytes mutate. This mutation causes the cells to grow uncontrollably, forming cancerous tumors that require treatment to prevent... Read More »

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My dad had hodgkins lymphoma 25 yrs ago and now has diffuse large b cell non hodkins lymphoma am i at risk?

NO Any kind of cancer doesn't mean the son or daughter of this person will be at risk ;; except for colon cancer MY mother died from a ovarian cancer and NOBODY else in her family died from cancer ... Read More »

What are the causes of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma?

Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma is a subtype of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. It affects the T-cells---a type of white blood cell---mainly in the skin. While the exact causes are unknown, certain factors might... Read More »

Cutaneous Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma?

A rare form of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, cutaneous anaplastic large cell lymphoma develops from T-cell lymphocytes. Classified as an indolent, or slow-growing, lymphoma, it primarily affects the skin b... Read More »

Does rituxan maintenance work for mantle cell lymphoma?

On One Hand: Prolonged SurvivalMantle cell lymphoma (MCL) is aggressive and often resistant to chemotherapy. Two studies found Rituxan combined with standard chemotherapy resulted in a better overa... Read More »