Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, T-Cell

What is T-Cell Lymphoma?

T-cell lymphoma is a type of Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in which the T-cells in the lymph nodes grow without any order, and form tissue and then cancerous tumors.


Facts about T-Cell Lymphoma

  • T-cell lymphomas make up 10-15% of all lymphomas in the United States.
  • Symptoms of T-cell lymphoma can vary, but may include skin rashes, enlarged lymph nodes or spleen, fatigue, night sweats, weight loss, anemia, bleeding and an increased rate of infections.

Diagnostic tests for T-Cell lymphoma generally include any of the following:

Treatment may include any—or combination--of the following:

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