As with many serious ailments, Hodgkin's lymphoma often causes prolonged fatigue. Unlike general tiredness due to a lack of sleep or overexertion, fatigue lingers and will not be alleviated by sleep. This lethargy may come and go, and it typically increases during the later stages of the disease.
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