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Facts about lymphoma:
- Every 27 minutes someone is diagnosed with lymphoma in the UK. That’s around 19,500 people every year.
- It is the UK’s fifth most common cancer.
- Around 125,000 people in the UK are living with lymphoma.
- Lymphoma is most prevalent in people over the age of 55 but is also the most frequently diagnosed cancer among younger people.
- There are no known causes of lymphoma.
- Lymphoma is a complex disease. There are two main types – non-Hodgkin lymphoma and Hodgkin lymphoma - with over 60 different sub-types. There are also many different forms (aggressive and chronic) which makes diagnosis and treatment difficult.
- Symptoms of lymphoma include a lump in the neck, armpit or groin; feeling worn out for no reason, unexplained weight loss, excessive sweating at night, constant itching for no reason.