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We are the UK’s only charity dedicated to lymphoma, the fifth most common cancer. We're here to help, however you are affected. 

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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. 

As restrictions ease, you may find our free 'distance aware badge' useful. You can wear it to remind people to social distance when possible. 

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Inform | Support | Connect

You can count on us.

  • Free helpline

    0808 808 5555 

    Our team is specially trained to offer you a listening ear and the information you need about your lymphoma.

  • Support groups

    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.

  • Buddy support

    We can connect you to a buddy - specially trained volunteers who have a personal experience of lymphoma and can understand what you’re going through.

Latest news and views

An appeal to the public

An appeal to the public

As COVID-19 restrictions lift in England, we have joined 40 other cancer charities in an open letter to the public to raise awareness about the impact of ‘freedom day’ on people affected by cancer, and the steps people can take to protect those who are still clinically extremely vulnerable to COVID-19.

16 July 2021

Online events and support

Your stories

Jamie Beamish

Jamie Beamish

Actor Jamie Beamish, who you may recognise from Bridgerton and Derry Girls, explains how his diagnosis of Hodgkin lymphoma gave him a different perspective on life. 



Harriet talks about the importance of not giving up after 17 years of failed treatment and misdiagnosis for her exceptionally rare T-cell skin lymphoma, Hypopigmented Mycosis Fungoides (HMF). 

Alan with his wife


Diagnosed with indolent B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma, Alan talks about treatment and periods of active monitoring (watch and wait). 



Imtiaz talks about his diagnosis of central nervous system (CNS) lymphoma.

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Every 27 minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed with lymphoma.

With your help we can provide the vital information and support they need to cope with their diagnosis, treatment and living with lymphoma.

Together we can make sure no one faces lymphoma alone.

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