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We are the UK’s only charity dedicated to lymphoma, the fifth most common cancer. We're here to help, however you are affected. 

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Blood Cancer Awareness Month

September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month and as lymphoma is the most common form of blood cancer we want to raise awareness and vital funds to support our work.

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  • Free helpline

    0808 808 5555 

    Our team is specially trained to offer you a listening ear and the information you need about your lymphoma.

  • Support groups

    Our friendly support groups are held regularly around the country so you have the opportunity to meet other people affected by lymphoma and share experiences.

  • Buddy support

    We can connect you to a buddy - specially trained volunteers who have a personal experience of lymphoma and can understand what you’re going through.

Latest news and views

Flu jab

Ask the expert: Should I have a flu jab?

You are recommended to have an annual flu jab if you have lymphoma, if you are having chemotherapy, steroids or radiotherapy or if you have had your spleen removed. 

21 September 2020

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Your stories

Megan

Megan

Megan was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma when she was just 26. Now in remission, Megan is keen to highlight that lymphoma is the most common cancer in teenagers and young adults.

Ellie

Ellie

'With cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, you live your life in 'good' and 'less good' moments. 

Mark and Di

Mark

I'm not seeking 'recovery', as I don't expect to go back to where I started. I view my experience of CAR T-cell therapy as a form of restoration and 'renaissance'. 

Andrea

Andrea

Diagnosed with marginal zone lymphoma, Andrea shares her five ways to wellbeing. 

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Every 27 minutes someone is diagnosed with lymphoma. With your help we can provide the vital information and support they need to cope with their diagnosis, treatment and living with lymphoma.