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can a person have both hodgekins and non hodgekins lymphomas at the same time if so how common is this.

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replied April 19th, 2006
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It is theoretically possible (but practically a very rare condition) to experience two tumors with the same origin (lymphocytes) that exhibit very different behaviors and have different prognoses.
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