Sandra shares her experience of Waldenström’s macroglobulinaemia, COVID-19 and taking part in the RECOVERY trial.
COVID-19 and lymphoma
Information about COVID-19 for people with lymphoma. This section includes latest guidance for extremely vulnerable people and videos. The news regarding the progress made in the development of a vaccine for COVID-19 is certainly encouraging, and we will provide updates on what this means for people affected by lymphoma as developments continue to unfold. In the meantime, we reiterate the importance of following the latest Government guidance in preventing the spread of COVID-19, and for protecting those who are considered at high risk of severe illness from the virus, including people affected by lymphoma.Read more
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