Who we work with

We work with organisations and charities that share our commitment to improving the lives of those affected by cancer. This increases our impact when we question policy makers on issues, assisting us in driving toward better outcomes for people affected by lymphoma.

In the UK

Cancer Campaigning Group

A coalition of 57 national cancer-related charities representing service providers, research, advocacy and campaigning groups. As a member of this group we are able to speak and campaign as one unified voice. 


Cancer52 is a coalition of more than 80 cancer charities representing rare and less common cancers, which account for more than half of all cancer deaths in the UK. Current data shows that 46% of cancers diagnosed are rare and less common cancers, yet they account for 54% of cancer deaths. Cancer52 campaigns on issues and policies that impact on the rare and less common cancer community, including improving diagnosis, treatment and support.  

All Party Parliamentary Group on Cancer

The APPGC brings together MPs and peers to help improve cancer services. The group meets regularly and campaigns on a number of vital issues including the priorities for cancer within the new NHS structure, patient experience, improving survival rates and early diagnosis. 

Patients Involved in NICE (PIN)

As a member of this coalition of more than 80 patient organisations, we seek to ensure NICE puts patients, carers and patient groups at the centre of all of its work.


Lymphoma Coalition     

A global network of over 50 patient organisations, including Lymphoma Action, from 41 countries working together on advocacy initiatives and educational dissemination and support.  

European Cancer Patient Coalition (ECPC)

ECPC has 337 members, including Lymphoma Action, in 44 countries working for ‘access to better patient experience, better cancer care, better public healthcare systems across Europe’.