Lymphomas are tumors emerging from lymphocytes (a kind of platelet). Lymphocytes are a kind of platelets that ordinarily work to shield the body from contaminations. These cells regularly live in the circulation system, lymphatic channels and lymph hubs that are situated all through the body.
Malignant growth can be characterized as a condition where ordinary cells of the body become unusual and begin developing and increasing wildly and gain the capacity to spread all through the body.
HOW IS LEUKEMIA TREATED?
There are several different types of therapy for leukemia. Their appropriateness depends on the type of leukemia, how advanced the case is, the patient’s age, and many other factors. The possible treatments include conventional chemotherapy, radiation therapy, targeted chemotherapy, and bone marrow transplants.
WHAT IS NON-HODGKIN LYMPHOMA?
Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma is a grouping of diseases with similar symptoms and causes (Blood Disorder). It is a cancer of the lymphatic system and may proceed slowly or
WHAT IS HODGKIN LYMPHOMA?
Hodgkin lymphoma is a malignancy of the lymphocyte cells and bone marrow. The abnormal cells accumulate in the lymph nodes and lymphatic tissue, literally crowding out normal cells.
HOW IS LYMPHOMA TREATED?
Lymphoma is typically treated with chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy. The exact treatment modalities used are dependent upon the specifics of the patient’s case.