Sandra shares her experience of Waldenström’s macroglobulinaemia, COVID-19 and taking part in the RECOVERY trial.
COVID-19 and lymphoma, including vaccine information
Latest information about COVID-19 and how it affects people with lymphoma. This information comes from authoritative sources, including the UK government, NICE and the NHS, and is updated to reflect the latest guidance.
If you are clinically extremely vulnerable or over 70, you live in England, and you haven't yet been offered an appointment to have your coronavirus vaccine, you can now book directly online or by calling 119 (7am-11pm).Read more
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Our team is specially trained to offer you a listening ear and the information you need about your lymphoma.
Our friendly support groups are held regularly around the country so you have the opportunity to meet other people affected by lymphoma and share experiences.
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