If you or someone close to you has been diagnosed with lymphoma, this book is for you. It describes some of the feelings and emotions you may have and suggests ways to help you manage these. It also gives you tips for coping with symptoms and side effects of treatment, and for dealing with the practicalities of living with and beyond lymphoma.
This book answers questions on what clinical trials are and why they are done, how they are organised and what they involve for those who take part. It discusses some recent findings in lymphoma research.
The book also features the personal experiences of people who took part in clinical trials for 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 CLIC Sargent.
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.
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