A stem cell transplant is an intensive treatment that might be suitable for some people with certain types of lymphoma. It replaces damaged or destroyed stem cells with healthy stem cells to enable you to have high-dose chemotherapy. Find out about the different types of stem cell transplant and the process of having one.
Every new treatment for lymphoma needs to be tested in a clinical trial before it can be approved. We address some of the questions people frequently ask about trials, including about how they work, and some of the possible advantages and disadvantages of taking part in one. Our TrialsLink allows you to search a database to see if there's a trial that might be suitable for you.
Live your Life
Our peer-led Live your Life (self-management) programme is for people who have just finished treatment or who are on watch and wait (activte monitoring). It aims to connect you to others, help you to find your 'new normal' and live well with and beyond lymphoma.
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Whether you want to hold an event, take on a challenge, raise awareness or volunteer your time, there are many ways you can get involved to help make sure that no one has to face their lymphoma alone.Find out more