Books and information

Lymphoma is a complex type of cancer. Our award-winning information and publications can help you better understand your diagnosis, treatment and life beyond lymphoma. You can download our publications on this page or order printed copies from our online shop free of charge that will be sent to you in the post. 

Our downloadable health information resources

Find our information sheets, award-winning books and Lymphoma Matters magazine below.

To order printed copies of any of these resources free of charge please visit our online shop. As a UK charity we can only deliver in the UK. 

Photo of the booklet with an open page showing lymphatic system diagram

Introduction to lymphoma

This introductory book covers: what lymphoma is; what tests you might have; what treatments are available; and questions you might like to ask your doctors.

when someone close to you has lymphoma

When someone close to you has lymphoma

This book is for family and friends of someone who has lymphoma. It provides tips to help you manage the physical, practical and emotional aspects of caring for someone who has lymphoma.

Hodgkin lymphoma book

Hodgkin lymphoma

This book will help you understand more about Hodgkin lymphoma. It describes how Hodgkin lymphoma typically affects people, how it is treated and what to expect during and after treatment.

Photo of our blue, A5 High-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma booklets

High-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma

This book will help you understand more about the different types of high-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma. It describes how they typically affect people, the usual treatments, and what to expect during and after treatment.

Photo of our orange, A5 Low-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma booklets

Low-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma

This book is about low-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma. It describes how low-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma typically affects people, how it is treated and what to expect during and after treatment. 

Front cover of the CLL/SLL book


Written in collaboration with Leukaemia Care, this book outlines what chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) and small lymphocytic lymphoma (SLL) are, and how they are diagnosed and treated. It includes practical tips to help you live well with CLL/SLL. 

Autologous stem cell transplant book

Autologous stem cell transplant

This book takes you step-by-step through a stem cell transplant, from preparation, mobilisation and harvest, through to transfusion and engraftment.

It explains what autologous stem cell transplants are, how they are carried out and what to expect during and after treatment.

Covers of four Easy Read booklets

Easy Reads

Our four Easy Read books are designed for people with learning disabilities and suitable for anyone looking for accessible and easy-to-read information on lymphoma. They include simple, short sentences in large print, and illustrations and images to help explain what lymphoma is and how it is treated.

Young person's guide to lymphoma cover and contributors

Young person's guide to lymphoma

Newly revised, this book is written and illustrated specifically for young people. It explains what lymphoma is, available treatments and the possible side effects. It also includes sections on coping with feelings and looking after yourself.

Front cover of the Tom has lymphoma storybook. Mainly an orange cover with a cartoon of a young boy in a blue jumper.

Tom has lymphoma

A storybook written and illustrated especially for parents and carers to read with their children (primary school-aged) to help them understand what lymphoma is and the treatment it involves.

This has been developed in partnership with Young Lives vs Cancer.

Information sheets

Information sheets

A list of all of our downloadable health information sheets. These can also be found on the left hand side of each health information webpage.

Lymphoma Matters magazines

Lymphoma Matters magazine

Our magazine comes out three times a year and is packed with the latest news about lymphoma, medical opinion pieces, personal stories and how you can get involved.

Order printed copies

To order free printed copies of our lymphoma resources please visit our online shop. 

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Our approach to health information

We’re committed to providing high quality health information for everyone affected by lymphoma. Our information is evidence-based, approved by experts and reviewed by users.

Have your say on our information

We are always trying to improve our books and health information. If you have read one of our books or information pages and would like to share any thoughts, please get in touch. We'd love to hear from you and how we can improve our publications.