Relapsed Hodgkin's Lymphoma(Hodgkin's Disease) Chemotherapy Treatment


Last Updated : 1/4/2011
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Bharat R Agarwal
Most of the relapses occur within the first 3 years. Patients whose disease recurred after radiation alone may be considered for chemotherapy: e.g. with MOPP, ABVD or other combinations. Those treated with one chemotherapy regimen may be considered for alternative chemotherapy and radiation.

Autologous bone marrow may be most useful in patients in second remission with chemotherapy.

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Pediatric Hematologist- Oncologist, Division of Pediatric Hem-Onco, B.J. Wadia Hospital for Children, Mumbai, India

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