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What are the symptoms?
Common symptoms include:
- unexplained fever;
- swelling of one or more lymph glands such as in the neck, armpits, or at the angles of the legs;
- swollen abdomen;
- abnormal sweating, especially at night;
- loss of appetite;
- bruising or bleeding easily;
- weight loss; and
- rash or itching.
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This information was written and last reviewed in September 2020 by Cancer Council SA's experienced information team with support from national Cancer Council publications.