Lymphoma is different from leukemia. Each of these cancers starts in a different type of cell. Lymphoma starts in infection-fighting lymphocytes. Leukemia starts in blood-forming cells inside bone marrow. Lymphoma is also not the same as lymphedema, which is a collection of fluid that forms under the skin when lymph nodes are damaged.
There are two main types of lymphoma:
Non-Hodgkin: Most people with lymphoma have this type.
Non-Hodgkin and Hodgkin lymphoma each affect a different kind of lymphocyte. Every type of lymphoma grows at a different rate and responds differently to treatment.
Related Journals of Lymphoma Cancer
Journal of Leukemia, ï»¿Blood & Lymph, Blood, Blood Disorders & Transfusion, Cancer Clinical Trials, Clinical Lymphoma and Myeloma, Journal of Leukemia and Lymphoma, International Journal of Cancer, Cancer Letters, Molecular Cancer Research, BMC Cancer, European Journal of Cancer Prevention, Lymphomaï»¿
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