Accessible information

Through information, education, support and influence, we will make sure no one has to face lymphoma alone.

Easy Read booklets

Our series of four Easy Read booklets cover different aspects of life with lymphoma using large print, photos and pictures to explain what is happening. Use the links below to download a PDF of each booklet, or you can order copies free of charge from our online shop.

Photo of Treatment for lymphoma easy read

Easy Read: Treatment for lymphoma

This booklet covers what treatment is, what chemotherapy, radiotherapy and stem cell transplants are, and what side effects you might get from treatment.

Order printed copies

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

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It can be difficult to understand health information when it's not in a language or format which is best for you. 

Phone translation service

If English is not your first language and you'd prefer to speak to us in another language. You, or someone on your behalf, can call our helpline on
0808 808 5555 and ask to speak to us through the interpreting service, Language Line.

Larger font

Did you know you can request our printed information in a larger font? Call 0808 808 5555 or email publications@lymphoma-action.org.uk to request our booklets or information sheets in a larger font.

You can also make text on your web browser larger, too. Go to the settings on your web browser and you should be able to change the font size. This will make the text larger on every website you visit.

Six people of various ages with lymphoma

Videos

You might find it easier to watch videos about lymphoma rather than read about it. On our YouTube channel you can find a large selection of videos, including a range of personal stories and medical explainer videos from health professionals. All of our videos have subtitles.

Watch our videos

Animation: When a loved one has Hodgkin lymphoma or high-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma

This video was developed for children but is useful for anyone who has a loved one or family member with Hodgkin lymphoma or a high-grade (fast-growing) non-Hodgkin lymphoma. It explains what lymphoma is, what treatment might mean and how this might impact upon day-to-day life.

You might like to watch this video with family members or friends.

Animation: When a loved one has low-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma

This video was developed for children but is useful for anyone who has a loved one or family member with low-grade (slow growing) non-Hodgkin lymphoma. It explains what lymphoma is, what treatment might mean and how this might impact upon day-to-day life.

You might like to watch this video with family members or friends.