Abstract

The multiple occurrence of Hodgkin’s and allied diseases in each of two different families is reported.

The infrequent appearance of Hodgkin’s disease in the general population suggests that the familial incidence may be more than fortuitous.

The significance of familial Hodgkin’s disease is briefly discussed in the light of current thought concerning the etiology of Hodgkin’s disease.

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