The lymphatic system is constituted of:
The lymphatic system is circulated by a fluid known as the lymph which traverses the entire body through lymph vessels.
The fluid carries lymphocytes which are produced by the spleen and bone marrow all that come together to fight off pathogens.
The cells filter blood and are responsible of the collection of micro-organisms which live in the lymph nodes.
This is apparent after an infection since the victim suffers from a palpable node that appears either on the; groin, neck, breasts, and underneath the arms.
When pathogens get overwhelmed, by-products and toxins which get produced by the cells get filtered in the liver and are later eradicated.
If you suffer from lymphoma cancer, the problem is prevalent in the lymphocytes, especially the T-lymphocytes and the B-lymphocytes.
Hodgkin’s lymphoma cancer: in this type of cancer, the B-lymphocytes shows the existence of Reed-Sternberg cells when taken through morphological research/studies.
Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Cancer: this second cancer type appears without any presence of Reed-Sternberg Cells.
The type of lymph node formed is painless, rubbery and shoes no sign of disappearing.
Lymphoma cancer comes with a myriad of symptoms including:
Many patients that get diagnosed with Lymphoma cancer go on to live for 5 to ten years and this type of cancer is considered as the most curable form of cancer yet.