BODY BY CHOSEN (1ST ANNUAL PULL UP FOR A PURPOSE) Lymphoma Facts


Although the number of people diagnosed with lymphoma each year is on the rise, many still don't know about this life-threatening form of cancer.




Hi Its Your girl JA Nursing a few months back  Body By Chosen held an event  Called  Pull Up For A purpose.
What was this all about well one of the Team  members had Lymphoma and I'll be frank I applaud him for speaking up about this issue. Cancer on a whole is on a rise and with having lost My sister to Cancer in 2002 I am fully aware  That CANCER has no boundaries no age and no Limits to who it strikes.
I have been honest with you all through my journey that the Goal will always be to help increase Knowledge it is one of the most important factors to illness prevention and management  
It's important that all Canadians know the signs and symptoms of lymphoma because it can save your life. Signs and symptoms can be similar to other, less serious illnesses, making diagnosis sometimes challenging. Lymphoma is often misdiagnosed as a flu or fatigue. However an early diagnosis is important, because if untreated, some types of lymphoma can be fatal within a short period of time.
By knowing your nodes, you will better understand your lymphatic system, as well as know the signs and symptoms of lymphoma. If signs and symptoms are detected early, there is a better chance for quicker diagnosis, treatment and overall survival.
Fast facts on lymphoma
Here are some key points about lymphoma. More detail and supporting information is in the body of this article.
  • Lymphoma is cancer that develops in the lymph nodes and lymphatic system.
  • The two main types of lymphoma are non-Hodgkin's (about 90% of cases) and Hodgkin's (about 10%).
  • The cause of lymphoma is unknown, but some risk factors have been identified.
  • The main symptom is usually enlargement of lymph nodes that does not go away (as it does after infection).
  • The process of diagnosis includes doctors 'taking a history', ruling out other problems, feeling for swellings, and arranging biopsy tests.
  • Laboratory analysis of biopsy samples determines the lymphoma type and stage, alongside other tests and scans.
  • Lymphoma cannot be prevented, but survival rates after treatment are good.
  • Treatments are similar to those for other cancers. They include  chemotherapy, radiotherapy and specialized drug therapy.
  • Some cases are treated with stem cell transplantation in combination with high-dose standard therapy.
Although the number of people diagnosed with lymphoma each year is on the rise, many still don't know about this life-threatening form of cancer.
It's important that all Canadians know the signs and symptoms of lymphoma because it can save your life. Signs and symptoms can be similar to other, less serious illnesses, making diagnosis sometimes challenging. Lymphoma is often misdiagnosed as a flu or fatigue. However an early diagnosis is important, because if untreated, some types of lymphoma can be fatal within a short period of time.
By knowing your nodes, you will better understand your lymphatic system, as well as know the signs and symptoms of lymphoma. If signs and symptoms are detected early, there is a better chance for quicker diagnosis, treatment and overall survival.

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