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      Understanding Your Options for Treating Lymphoma

      Lymphoma is not a single disease, but a term used to describe many different cancers that affect the lymphatic system, which helps protect the body against infection and disease. Lymphomas fall into two broad categories, which are known as Hodgkin lymphoma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Within these two groups there are many subtypes of lymphoma, such as mantle cell lymphoma and follicular lymphoma .

      Lymphomas begin in white blood cells called lymphocytes, which protect the body against infection from germs and destroy abnormal cells that can turn into cancer. Changes in the DNA of lymphocytes can cause them to become malignant, or cancerous, and form tumors. Lymphomas often begin in the lymph nodes, but may arise elsewhere in the lymphatic system, and can spread throughout the body.

      Hodgkin Lymphoma Versus Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma: How Are They Different?

      These blood cancers share similarities, but differ in significant ways:

      • Non-Hodgkin lymphoma is more common than Hodgkin lymphoma.
      • Different lymphocytes are involved in these lymphomas. The hallmark of Hodgkin lymphoma is the presence of abnormalities called Reed-Sternberg cells, which are not present in non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
      • Hodgkin lymphoma often occurs in people under 40, while non-Hodgkin lymphoma is more common in people over 60.

      Lymphoma Treatment Options

      Treatment for non-Hodgkin lymphoma can take several forms, including:

      • Chemotherapy: A general term for drugs that kill cancer cells and prevent them from spreading.
      • Radiation therapy: The use of intense, focused beams of energy to kill cancer cells.
      • Immunotherapy: A medical treatment that boosts the immune system’s ability to fight cancer.
      • Targeted therapy: Medications that take aim at genetic mutations, proteins, and other factors specific to a given cancer.
      • Bone marrow transplants: In this procedure, a patient receives an infusion of healthy blood-forming stem cells from a well-matched donor.
      • Watchful waiting: Some lymphomas are very slow growing, so patients may only be monitored with various tests until the cancer begins to worsen, at which time treatment can be initiated.
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      We combine the power of technology with our dedicated team of medical providers to find you the best treatment options available.

      How Massive Bio Can Help You Find a Lymphoma Trial

      Lymphoma clinical trials evaluate experimental therapies for Hodgkin lymphoma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Massive Bio specializes in finding clinical trials for patients with all forms of lymphoma, including the following subtypes:

      • Follicular lymphoma
      • Mantle cell lymphoma

      Patients who enroll in clinical trials can receive cutting-edge lymphoma treatment and high-quality care under the direction of doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals participating in research to discover new cancer therapies. Patients can access promising drugs and innovative treatments long before they’re made available to the public. If you’ve been diagnosed with any form of lymphoma, we’re here to help. If you don’t know which type of lymphoma you have, that’s okay. Additional testing can help you determine your exact diagnosis.

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      “I reached out to Massive Bio to learn more about their services for my father, who has Lymphoma. The customer service representative I spoke to was very informative and helped me understand the clinical trial matching process.“

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      What is a Lymphoma clinical trial?

      Clinical trials test the latest scientific advancements in Lymphoma treatment. Patients who choose to enroll in trials can receive cutting-edge treatment and high-quality care under the direction of scientists, doctors, and researchers. Lymphoma patients might gain access to promising drugs and innovative treatments long before they're made available to the public.

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      At Massive Bio, our goal is to ensure that all cancer patients have access to clinical trials of innovative new treatments that offer hope for improved outcomes. Our unique SYNERGY-AI technology rapidly generates a personalized clinical trial matching report, which is FREE to patients and doctors.