Hodgkin Disease Type Is a Major Determinant of Prognosis

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Hodgkin disease

Regional differences in the survival of Hodgkin disease (HD) can be partially explained by the type of HD, according to a new population level study. Published in the July 15, 2006 issue of CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society, the study reveals that while nodular sclerosis was much more common in the United States than Europe, there was significant HD variability across Europe. Furthermore,

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