Also known as: Lymphomas
Lymphomas are a type of cancer involving lymphocytes, which are cells within the immune system that help the body fight off infections. When lymph cells become cancerous, they multiply and collect within the body, eventually creating a tumor mass. Tumors can spread throughout the body through the lymph system as well as to other types of tissue within the body.
Treatment: Treatment options may include chemotherapy, radiation therapy or biological therapy. Blood or bone marrow transplant is reserved for patients at high risk or those with recurrent disease.
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Team Nicklaus Children's Hospital raised $2,775 for the Children's Bereavement Center Steps for Healing 5K which took place on Saturday, November 19, 2016 at Zoo Miami.
Nicklaus Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Center hosts mini Relay for Life event to honor all those touched by cancer. Thank you to all the patients and families who joined us this evening.