How is non-Hodgkin lymphoma treated?

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The aim of treatment is to put the lymphoma into remission. 


Remission means the lymphoma is no longer active and is under control. It has been reduced or got rid of completely. A long-term remission can be either partial or complete.

  • Complete remission: There are no visible signs of the lymphoma after treatment.
  • Partial remission: The lymphoma has been reduced by at least a half but is not completely gone.

Non-Hodgkin lymphoma treatment options

How your lymphoma is treated will depend on if you have high-grade or low-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma:

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