Dr. Feldman Discusses the Difficulties of Rare Lymphomas

Dr. Tatyana Feldman from John Theurer Cancer Center Discusses the Difficulties of Rare Lymphomas

Tatyana Feldman, MD, a hematologist and oncologist who specializes in lymphoma at John Theurer Cancer Center at Hackensack University Medical Center in Hackensack, NJ, discusses how difficult it is to treat rare forms of lymphoma. Many of these cases are diagnosed in early stages and pose more of a nuisance to the patient, but later stages are very serious, and there are not as many good therapies that exist for treating this relatively small population of patients.

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