What Are the Symptoms of Childhood Lymphoma? Topic Guide

What Are the Symptoms of Childhood Lymphoma? What Are the Symptoms of Childhood Lymphoma?: Swollen lymph nodes in neck, groin, armpit, or stomach; fever; night sweats and loss of appetite are the main symptoms of childhood lymphoma cancer, both Hodgkin’s and non-Hodgkins.

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