Staging of Hodgkins Lymphoma

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Staging of Hodgkins Lymphoma

Staging is based on the number of lymph node groups and/or organs affected by the disease.

In stage I, the disease is limited while in stage IV the disease is more rampant. The more widespread the lymphoma is, the more difficult it is to treat the disease.

Diagnostic tests helps to classify a patient according to the following four stages of Hodgkins disease -

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i m going to marry with a guy that had this cancer and had stem cell tarnsplant too.i want to know that is there any danger again?i mean after BMT is it possible to come back ? thanks.

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