Lymphoma Hodgkin's Underlying Cause
The cause for Hodgkin's disease is unknown, but genes may play a role in determining risk. Genes control all of the functions inside a cell. Special genes control how cells divide and grow. Cancer occurs when the damaged genes stimulate the cell to multiply out of control. The exact cause for this damage is unknown.
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