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Hodgkin's lymphoma: the pathologist's viewpoint
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    How do we define Hodgkin disease?

    Dear Editor

    It is a pleasure to read Professor Pileri’s recent article on Hodgkin disease (HD).

    Reflecting back, it took a long time and a lot of effort to identify the cell of origin of the RS cell, which in 98% of cases is a follicular center B-cell. It took a lot more time to recognize that in 2% of classical HD (cHD) cases the RS cells are actually of T-cell origin. Surprisingly, and rightly so (in...

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