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Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma is a rare form of cancer that mainly affects the skin.  It can also involve the lymph nodes and internal organs. In the early phase, Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma appears as a non-specific rash, however; it can also manifest as a plaque lesion, and/or tumor. The causes of CTCL are unknown. The diagnosis is made by skin biopsies of the affected area. There are several different sub-types of CTCL.  Some of which are slow growing and indolent, and others can be aggressive and life threatening.   

A number of treatments can be used for CTCL, either alone or in combination.  The treatment approach are usually selected based on the individual patient presentation and stage of the disease, i.e; the treatment is tailored to each patient.  

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