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[comment memo="B Symptoms are systemic symptoms often described in regards to presentation and prognosis of Lymphoma"]
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reference: [link url ="https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7139563" memo="#1"] Anderson T, Chabner BA, Young RC, Berard CW, Garvin AJ, Simon RM, DeVita VT Jr. Malignant lymphoma. 1. The histology and staging of 473 patients at the National Cancer Institute. Cancer. 1982 Dec 15;50(12):2699-707.[/conditional]
B Symptoms are systemic symptoms often described in regards to presentation and prognosis of Lymphoma


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