Oncology


Lymphoma

Although lymphoma is one of the most rapidly progressing cancer types, treatment success is considerably high. Its most important symptoms are painless adenias at the neck, armpit or crotches, night sweating and non-decreasing and fever with unknown origin. Also constant tiredness and loss of weight may be symptoms of lymphoma.

Chronicle inflectional diseases, conditions which weaken the immune system and exposure to some chemical materials such as insecticides may be told to cause lymphoma.

For every lymphoma patient treatment is personal. Because, the form of therapy is determined according to the stage and type of the disease and according to the age and physical condition of the patient.

Treatment of lymphoma is with drugs (chemotherapy), with rays (Radiotherapy) or with conjunction of the both. Also it is possible to collect the stem cells from the patient and after high dosage Chemotherapy to redeliver these stem cells to the patient.