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Lymphoma and Pets
World Lymphoma Awareness Day brings attention to lymphoid cancers
For the eighth straight year, groups around the world are recognizing September 15 as World Lymphoma Awareness Day (WLAD).
A product of the Lymphoma Coalition, World Lymphoma Awareness Day is a day to bring attention and awareness to lymphoma and to the estimated one million people alive today dealing with a lymphoma diagnosis.
Lymphoma is a most elusive cancer, featuring a list of subtypes that is in the dozens and always growing. Despite this difficulty, patients with several subtypes-- including Hodgkin's lymphoma -- have benefitted from the last few decades of research, giving some lymphomas some of the highest survival and cure rates among all known cancers.