- Lymphoma is a cancer that begins in cells which are the parts of the body’s lymphatic or immune system, the body’s germ-fighting network which protect us from disease or infection.
- The lymphatic system includes the lymph nodes or lymph glands, spleen, bone marrow and thymus gland.
- It mostly affects the lymphocytes which are important part of our immune system.
- This cancer can also affect other organs in the entire body.
among U.S. adolescents aged 13-18 had any mental disorder
among U.S. workers report they feel "quite a bit or extremely stressed at work"
Signs and symptoms
- Chronic fatigue
- Loss of appetite
- Persistent cough
- Persistent itchiness
- Easy bruising or bleeding
- Nausea and vomiting
- Fever and chills
- Shortness of breath
- Chest, abdomen, or bone pain
- Frequent or recurrent infections
- Drenching in sweat especially during nights
- Itchiness in skin which can be severe(pruritus)
- Painless swelling in the lymph nodes on your neck, armpits or groin for weeks
- Pain in the lymph nodes triggered by consuming alcohol
- Family history
- Autoimmune diseases
- Infectious mononucleosis
- Breast implants
- Overweight and obesity
- HIV infection
- Virus exposure
- Having an impaired immune system
- Developing certain infections
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Diet and Nutrition
- Have 5- 10 fruits and vegetables per day which can include one bowl of melons, berries and leafy greens
- Intake cruciferous vegetables like brussels sprouts, kale, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, watercress and radishes
- keep yourself hydrated by drink more water
- Eat small meals or snacks frequently, say for four to six times a day
- Replace eating solid foods or water by drinking milk, juices, broth, ginger ale, soups or shakes which have high calories
- Use healthy fats like avocado, olive oil and nut butters to add more calories
- Grind or blend cooked food or vegetables to lessen chewing Include eggs, cheese, nuts or high protein smoothies in your diet
- exercise daily and engage in physical activity
- avoid environmental exposures
- maintain proper diet and nutrition
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We Have Created Our Care Practice Specially To Fit Your Needs
From trouble sleeping to work stress to anxiety to depression, we all have difficulty managing our emotions at times. It’s part of being human. And addressing these issues is a vital part of what we do as a primary care practice, because your emotional well-being is essential to your overall health and wellness.
We’ve redesigned the doctor’s office experience to fit your life, put you at ease, and treat you as a whole person. We create safe and inviting spaces,
ask meaningful questions, give you time to talk, and listen without judgment. Then we work with you on a plan to help you feel your best — whether you want to sleep better, feel calmer, worry less, or get a better handle on your mood.
To continue shedding a light on mental health issues, we teamed up with the award-winning musicians from Bear and a Banjo to create a song showing people they’re not alone. See how the project came to life in the video above — and if you’re struggling, we can help.
- Laboratory tests
- Blood tests
- Lung function tests
- Imaging tests
- Lumbar puncture
- Heart evaluation
- Bone marrow aspiration and biopsy
- Medical history and physical examination
- Computed tomography (CT or CAT) scan
- Positron emission tomography (PET) scan
- Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
- Removing a lymph node for testing
- Active surveillance
- Radiation therapies
- Targeted therapies
- Bone marrow transplant
- Cutting edge operation theatres equipped to perform all the major and minor oncologic surgeries.
- Full-fledged surgical intensive care unit to handle oncological emergencies as well as post-operative patients.
- Specialized day care unit for short duration surgical procedures and chemotherapies.
- Diagnostic radiology services including CT scan, Mammogram, Ultrasound and guided procedures.