© 2022, UHOD - Uluslararasi Hematoloji Onkoloji Dergisi. All rights reserved.Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma(DLBCL) is the prototype of aggressive lymphomas. The abnormalities such as translocation, deletion, duplication are stated to affect the progress and the prognosis of the disease. This study investigates the presence and impact on the prognosis of K-ras mutation and C-myc overexpression in patients with DLBCL. Twenty eight patients diagnosed with DLBCL and 29 healthy controls, whose diagnostic lymph node biopsy was reactive, were enrolled in this study. Paraffin blocks were analyzed for K-ras mutations and C-myc expressions. The effects of C-myc and K-ras on overall and disease-free survival were evaluated. Of the 28 patients, three (10.7%) K-ras mutations were detected. K-ras mutation (+) cases have an average survival time of 28 months, while those without the mutation were 49 months. The average duration of disease-free survival was 17.6 months in patients with K-ras mutation, while it has been identified as 45 months in patients without mutations (p= 0.072). C-myc overexpression in 17 patients(61%) was detected. Median overall survival was 33 months in male patients, while it was 65 months in female patients (p= 0.006). The median disease-free survival time was 23 months in male patients, although 64 months in female patients (p= 0.003). Complete remission rate was 30% in C-myc overexpression group, while 69% in remaining group with the cut-off 2.48 (p= 0.02). The presence of K-ras and C-myc overexpression in patients with DLBCL does not affect overall and disease-free survival. C-myc overexpression harms complete remission. Gender was found to be influential on the overall and disease-free survival; meanwhile, the female gender was a better prognosis.