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/ Updated February 17th, 2022

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  • There’s no screening test for lymphoma, so being aware of risk is important
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Prevention & Risk: Risk Factors

  • There’s no screening test for lymphoma, so being aware of risk is important
  • You may be at a higher risk for non-Hodgkin lymphoma if you’ve been exposed to a virus like HIV, have another autoimmune disease or have a family history
  • Some common symptoms are swollen glands, fever, night sweats, weight loss and fatigue
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