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Cutaneous B-cell lymphoma (CBCL) is a rare type of cancer that starts in your skin. It’s a form of “extranodal” (outside of your lymph nodes) lymphoma.

Most cases look like a rash or lump(s) on your skin. They usually grow slowly and rarely spread or affect other parts of your body.

CBCL is also called B-cell skin lymphoma.

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Cutaneous B-cell lymphoma (CBCL) is a rare type of cancer that starts in your skin. The condition causes lesions that look like a rash or bumps. Treatment ranges from “watch and wait” to radiation, chemotherapy or surgical removal. Most cases of CBCL grow slowly and rarely affect other parts of your body, but some types can spread.
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Cutaneous B-cell lymphoma is a rare type of cancer of the lymphocytes that starts in your skin. Most cases are slow growing and don’t spread to other areas of your body. But some types can metastasize (spread). If you notice a new bump or rash on your skin, talk to your primary care provider or a dermatologist.
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