Hodgkin's Disease Symptoms
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Hodgkin's Disease Symptoms - Hodgkin's disease affects each patient differently. Some common Hodgkin's disease symptoms may include the following: painless (but noticeable) swelling of the lymph nodes, night sweats, weight loss, random fevers (usually at night), itching (made worse by alcohol consumption), fatigue, and persistent cough or loss of breath. It is important to consult with a medical professional to determine if symptoms are the result of cancer, or another condition.
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