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Lymphoma and its Novel Treatment

Lymphomas are a class of cancers that develop from the cells of the immune system. These tumors affect the lymph nodes, spleen, bone marrow, and other parts of the body's lymphatic system.

There are two main types of lymphoma: Hodgkin's disease and non-Hodgkin's disease (NHL). NHL can occur at any age, but it's more common in older adults. It's also more common in men than women, especially older men

How is lymphoma diagnosed?

Lymphoma is diagnosed through a combination of tests and examinations.

The first step in diagnosing lymphoma is to take a biopsy of the lymph nodes. The lymph nodes are located in the neck, underarm, groin, and abdomen and are responsible for filtering out bacteria and other foreign substances from the blood. A biopsy involves removing a small piece of tissue from the lymph nodes so that it can be examined under a microscope by a pathologist.

If a lymph node biopsy shows abnormal cells, your doctor may order more tests to determine whether the cancer has spread beyond the lymph nodes. These additional tests may include CT scans, PET scans, bone marrow biopsies, or lumbar punctures (also known as spinal taps).

Risk Factors for Lymphoma:

There are several factors that can increase your risk of lymphoma. These include:

● Age: The average age at diagnosis is 55 years old, but lymphomas can affect people of all ages.

● Family history: Your risk of developing certain types of lymphoma may be higher if you have a family member who has had it.

● Environmental exposure: Exposure to certain chemicals or radiation may increase your risk of developing some types of lymphoma

● Being male: Men are slightly more likely than women to develop lymphoma.

● Having a compromised immune system: People with immune system diseases, or those who take drugs that suppress the immune system, are more likely than most people to develop lymphoma.

● Developing certain infections: Some infections, including the Epstein-Barr virus and Helicobacter pylori infection, have been linked to lymphoma.

A Scientific, Effective & Low-Cost Lymphoma Cancer Treatment:

GEIPE or 'Gentle Electrotherapy to Inhibit a Pivotal Enzyme' therapy is a non-toxic, non-surgical and scientific method of treating Lymphoma cancer. The GEIPE device is portable and can be used at home with a little supervision. It uses gentle electric current to block the enzyme that causes cancerous cells to grow. This revolutionary method to treat Lymphoma cancer is effective without any side-effects, which makes it an attractive non-surgical alternative to chemotherapy and radiation therapy.

This Lymphoma cancer treatment is very affordable, in fact too inexpensive to be offered by cancer hospitals. Please Contact Us today for more information about this ground-breaking Lymphoma cancer treatment.


Note: Our GEIPE device is best suited to non-surgically treat visible or palpable tumors like oral cancers (tongue, mouth, palate, lip, neck, throat, buccal mucosa), facial cancers (chin, nose, cheek, head, temple), Merkel cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, melanoma, (all skin cancers) some breast cancers and lymphoma. Also, fast-growing prostate cancers.