With the improvement of medical level, most patients with lymphoma can get good treatment results through combined treatment. The choice of treatment plan for lymphoma is mostly based on the type of lymphoma the patient has. , the length of time the patient has been suffering from lymphoma, and the patient's physical functions, etc., to formulate a reasonable treatment plan, so as to achieve better treatment results. So what are the treatments for lymphoma?
The first treatment method: combined chemotherapy. Chemotherapy is one of the preferred treatments for lymphoma patients. The current chemotherapy regimens for lymphoma include MOPP (nitrogen mustard, vincristine, procarbazine, and prednisone), ABVD (a Mycin, bleomycin, vinblastine, azazolinine), CHOP (cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, vincristine, prednisone), BACOP (bleomycin, doxorubicin, cyclophosphate) amide, vincristine, prednisone), some need to be treated with high-dose methotrexate, cytarabine and podophylline drugs.
The second treatment method: radiotherapy. Radiotherapy has the best therapeutic effect on two types of lymphoma and reticulocyte sarcoma. The dosage of drugs used in radiotherapy can be determined according to the corresponding condition.
Selenium has anti-tumor effects. Selenium levels can significantly affect the expression of oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes. There is an obvious negative correlation between selenium and malignant tumors. Brophamer et al. found that blood selenium content is related to tumor biological characteristics, and low selenium levels It can lead to distant metastasis of tumors, multiple tumors, high malignancy, and easy recurrence.
Oncologists recommend giving cancer patients selenium. Selenium can not only directly inhibit the growth of certain tumors, but also inhibit the growth and metastasis of cancer cells. Selenium can also antagonize and reduce the carcinogenic effects of mutagens and carcinogens, and is effective against cancer. Selenium supplementation also has a blocking effect, so selenium supplementation has not only been implemented in some populations in areas with high incidence of tumors, but has also begun to be used as an auxiliary therapeutic agent in the clinical treatment of tumors.
The third treatment method: surgical treatment. Since the location of lymphoma is quite special, during surgical treatment, the scope of resection needs to be determined based on the patient's tumor size and physical condition. However, the surgical trauma of lymphoma is very large. , and the risk is relatively high, so patients must undergo corresponding auxiliary treatment after surgery to consolidate the effect of the treatment, so as to reduce the chance of recurrence.
The fourth treatment method: bone marrow transplantation/peripheral blood hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. This treatment method is mostly suitable for patients who have relapsed or are not cured. These two types of patients have the best effect when treated in this way. This treatment method achieves It kills cancer cells to the maximum extent and protects hematopoietic function, which is more conducive to patient treatment.