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For many people, treatment will completely cure their lymphoma. Other people, however, may find that their lymphoma comes back after a period of time.
This is Charlie's story of living with Hodgkin lymphoma that's come back.
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If your Hodgkin lymphoma comes back, it may be possible to give more treatment| with the aim of curing the disease.
Usually this will involve having chemotherapy| or radiotherapy|, a combination of both, or high-dose treatment with stem cell support|. The treatment you are given if the lymphoma comes back will partly depend on what treatment you had initially and where in the body it has come back.
Even if it’s not possible to cure the lymphoma, treatment can be given to shrink the lymph nodes and control it. This can often keep you well for long periods of time.
Content last reviewed: 1 December 2011
Next planned review: 2013
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