What You Need to Know
If you or a loved one has recently been diagnosed with lymphoma – the most common blood cancer and the third most common cancer of childhood – the Lymphoma Research Foundation (LRF) is here to help.
On this website, you will find useful information for newly diagnosed lymphoma patients and their loved ones in English, Spanish and Chinese on lymphoma facts and lymphoma treatments, as well as some lymphoma side effects and toxicity. Here you can also learn about communicating with your healthcare team and coping with lymphoma. Healthcare providers can also sign-up on this website.
In addition to the information provided here, you can learn more about upcoming educational programs and additional resources available for you.
Lymphoma News and Features
Online Resources Available
LRF is pleased to announce the availability of five new video podcasts for people living with indolent lymphoma in their 20s and 30s and 14 new webcasts for lymphoma patients, survivors and loved ones. In addition to these new resources, LRF offers more than 70 webcasts/podcasts designed specifically for the lymphoma patient community.
Help for Lymphoma Patients and Caregivers in Any Language
LRF’s Lymphoma Helpline provides disease-specific information, treatment-specific information, local support group referrals and help with finding a clinical trial in any language. You can contact a member of the Lymphoma Helpline staff by phone at 800-500-9976 or e-mail.
The development of this website was supported by Cooperative Agreement #U58/CCU224305-01 National Organization Strategies to Provide Information and Education for Patients, Their Family Members, Friends, and Care Givers With Respect to Hematologic Cancers. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.