According to Cancer Australia, non-hodgkin lymphoma occurs when certain types of white blood cells called lymphocytes grow in an uncontrolled way. There are three main types: lymphoblastic lymphoma, Burkitt lymphoma and large cell lymphoma. It occurs more often in older children than in younger children.
- Non-hodgkin lymphoma – The Leukaemia Foundation: Information about what non-hodgkin lymphoma is, its sub types and occurrence.
- Childhood non-hodgkin lymphoma treatment (PDQ®) – Patient version – National Cancer Institute: Information about the types of non-hodgkin lymphoma, diagnosis and staging.
- Non-hodgkin lymphoma – CanTeen: Information on possible causes, symptoms and diagnosis.
- Hodgkin and non-hodgkin lymphoma – Dr Geoff McCowage: Podcast on different types of lymphoma.
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