Lymphoma Cancer: Types and Diagnosis
Lymphoma is a form of cancer that affects the immune system. There are two broad types of lymphoma, as shared by Dr Lim Soon Thye, Deputy Medical Director (Clinical) and Senior Consultant at National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS), a member of the SingHealth group.
What Is Lymphoma Cancer And the Symptoms?
Lymphoma ranks among the top ten cancers in Singapore, according to the National Cancer Centre Singapore. Read on to learn more about lymphoma and it's symptoms.
Lymphoma Treatment Options
Lymphoma is treated with one or a combination of treatment methods. Here are the basic facts on the treatment options from the National Cancer Centre Singapore.
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