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Lymphoma Cancer

Follow-up Care

Follow-up care is essential for lymphoma survivors after the treatment completion. It has been found that the risk of recurrence of lymphoma is highest during the initial couple of years. Thus, the patients are monitored frequently during the first few years, with the follow-up visit scheduled every 3 to 4 months. Later on, the frequency may be 2 to 3 visits per year. Follow-up visits allow the oncologists to detect the symptoms indicating the lymphoma recurrence. Further, the cancer specialists also monitor the side effects of the cancer treatment and alter the medications according to the severity of the side effects.

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Life does not stop when cancer strikes.​

We are with you in this fight to win over cancer. We are here to give you the strength to recover through a comprehensive cancer care program.

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