Childhood hodgkin lymphoma is a cancer that develops in the lymph nodes most kids who get this cancer recover but the treatment and prognosis depends on the stage and risk group for this cancer. Learn about statistics symptoms and signs diagnosis stages treatment options clinical trials research and more in this cancernet guide to childhood hodgkin lymphoma. Non hodgkin lymphoma may grow in lymph nodes under the skin on the sides of the neck in the underarm area above the collar bone or in the groin area the enlarged nodes are often seen or felt as lumps under the skin and are not usually painful they are often first noticed by the child parent . St jude has created more clinical trials for cancer than any other childrens hospital in the united states the nurse to patient ratio at st jude is unmatched averaging 13 in hematology and oncology and 11 in the intensive care unit patients have access to large clinical teams who are experts in hodgkin lymphoma and non hodgkin lymphoma. Recurrent childhood non hodgkins lymphoma is cancer that has recurred come back after it has been treated it may come back in the lymph system or in other parts of the body hodgkins lymphoma staging stages of childhood hodgkins lymphoma may include a b e and s a the patient has no symptoms
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