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The two major types of lymphoma, known as Hodgkin lymphoma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma, have similar symptoms. Take this quiz to find out if you should talk to a doctor about lymphoma.
Hodgkin lymphoma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma are both cancers that affect the lymphatic system, which helps protect the body against infection and disease. Within these two groups there are many subtypes of lymphoma. These diseases arise when changes occur in the DNA of white blood cells called lymphocytes, causing them to become malignant and form tumors. Lymphomas often begin in the lymph nodes, but may occur elsewhere in the lymphatic system, and can spread throughout the body.
These blood cancers share similarities, but differ in significant ways. For one, different types of lymphocytes are involved in Hodgkin lymphoma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma. The latter is far more common, while Hodgkin lymphoma is a relatively rare disease. And while Hodgkin lymphoma often occurs in young people, non-Hodgkin lymphoma is more common in people over 65.
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