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Blood Cancer

General Information

What is blood cancer?

Blood cancer affects your lymphatic system, which is part of your immune system. It includes your bone marrow and blood cells. Bone marrow is where blood cells develop.

Blood cancer types include:

A diagnosis of blood cancer can be scary. Our team at Goshen Center for Cancer Care helps take away some of that fear. With our fully integrated care for blood cancer, we address your complete well-being, not just cancer.

Lymphoma

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Lymphoma is a blood cancer of lymphocytes, or a type of immune system white blood cell. Lymphoma occurs when abnormal cells live longer and divide faster than normal cells. The cancer sometimes starts in a lymph node or other lymphoid tissue. It can spread to the blood, bone marrow, organs or other lymph nodes.

The two main types of lymphoma are Hodgkin lymphoma (Hodgkin’s disease) and non-Hodgkin lymphoma, which is more common.

Experts at Goshen Center for Cancer Care offer the experience you need to treat your cancer. Our team is complete with board certified, fellowship trained oncologists, naturopathic doctors and mind-body counselors that care for your complete well-being. When you come to us with lymphoma, we create a treatment plan that is tailored to your needs and preferences.

Multiple Myeloma

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Myeloma is a type of blood cancer that affects your plasma cells and bone marrow. Plasma cells are white blood cells that develop in the bone marrow and produce antibodies, an important part of your immune system. When you have myeloma, abnormal plasma cells build up, crowd out normal cells and interfere with normal antibody function.

Multiple myeloma is the most common type of myeloma, is present in several areas of the body.

Our integrated team of board certified, fellowship trained oncologists, naturopathic doctors and mind-body counselors work together to find the right care for your complete well-being.

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