What to expect with lymphoma:
- 5-year survival is referred to as a cure, because in most cases the lymphoma does not recur.
- If detected and treated early, most patients with Hodgkin's lymphoma will live 5 years or more.
- People with non-Hodgkin lymphoma have a greater than 50% chance of cure.
- The following people have a higher risk of death from lymphoma:
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