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Table 8. Nodular Lymphocyte-Predominant Hodgkin Lymphoma

Chemotherapy (No. of Cycles)a Radiation (Gy) No. of Patients Event-Free Survival (No. of Years of Follow-up) Survival (No. of Years of Follow-up) 
COPP/ABV (4)b [23]None5296% (5)100% (5)
IFRT (21)29100% (5)
CVP (3) [46]None5574% (5)100% (5)
VAMP (4)c [50]None2687.5% (5)N/A
IFRT (25)6
VAMP (4) [42]IFRT (15–25.5)33100% (10)100% (10)
Noned [21]None5167% (2)100% (2)
DBVE (2–4)c [44]None2694% (8)100% (8)
IFRT (25.5)

IFRT = involved-field radiation therapy; N/A = not applicable; No. = number.
aRefer to Table 4 for more information about the chemotherapy regimens.
bAllocation to radiation therapy or no radiation therapy based on response to therapy.
cAllocation based on clinical response.
dAll involved lymph nodes surgically resected.


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