Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma: incidence is increasing, but so is survival
Incidences of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma have increased 75% since 1971, but long-term survival rates have also increased to around 50%. The disease usually strikes people between 45-70, and symptoms include swollen lymph nodes, fatigue and night sweats. Treatment options are discussed.
Publication Name: Mayo Clinic Health Letter
Secrets of survival
Pregnant women with breast cancer could be treated much like those who aren't pregnant, with some important modifications. Women could often have surgeries to remove the cancer, but deciding which procedure to undergo depends on the gestational age of the baby.
Publication Name: Child
Secrets of a sari
An American woman is anxious about meeting her Indian groom's family, but the sari becomes a way to overcome their mutual anxiety and to form familial bonds. The groom's mother and sisters teach the woman how to drape herself with the sari.
Publication Name: Glamour
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