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Lifestyle Changes to Manage Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma
There are no specific lifestyle changes to manage non-Hodgkins lymphoma. However, the following tips may help you manage side effects of treatment:
Support from family and friends is also important at this time. Some patients find it helpful to discuss concerns with people facing similar challenges. The American Cancer Society can refer you to support groups in your area.
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