Fancy yourself a bit of a daredevil? Join Team Lymphoma for our Skydive Weekend.
Rachel updates on a successful 16 months of helping people to live with and beyond lymphoma.
Share your experiences in new study from Opinion Health, a UK healthcare research firm.
To mark International Nurses’ Day on 12 May we say thank you to all the nurses caring for people with lymphoma.
Two of our #TeamLymphoma runners share their experience of running the 2018 London Marathon.
Lymphoma Canada is seeking the views of DLBCL patients who have had CAR-T Cell therapy.
Advice on how to regain stamina during recovery and after treatment for lymphoma.
Learn more about your condition at this year's National Conference.
Advice for looking after your skin throughout the year, not just when the sun is shining.
A huge thank you to the 37 runners who took part in the 2018 London Marathon to support Lymphoma Action.
Jane, a Lymphoma Nurse Clinician, outlines the benefits of attending our National Conference in Manchester on 12 May.
On April 18 2018 we launched a new name, fresher look, and new website.
Becky, our senior medical writer, looks at new approaches for high-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma, discussed at the ASH meeting in December.
Becky, our senior medical writer, looks at some of the questions raised about maintenance for follicular lymphoma at the post-ASH meeting.
Becky, our senior medical writer, provides the latest instalment from the 2017 meeting of the American Society of Hematology.
Becky, our senior medical writer, provides the latest update from the 2017 meeting of the American Society of Hematology.
NICE recommends obinutuzimab (Gazyvaro) to be considered as part of first-line treatment for advanced follicular lymphoma.
Initial results from the phase 1/2 LYMRIT-37-01 clinical trial testing betalutin.
Becky, our senior medical writer, provides part one of an update from the 2017 meeting of the American Society of Hematology.
Initial results from the phase 2 SADAL trial, which has re-opened.
Results from the phase 2 CLARITY clinical trial have informed new treatment groups in the ongoing FLAIR trial.
Ex-pro footballer and Lymphoma Action supporter Tony Lormor shares his top tips for preparing for a challenge event.
Encouraging results from the first part of the ongoing OASIS clinical trial.
Read our response to The Hidden Cancer: The need to improve blood cancer care.
Scottish Medicines Consortium chooses not to recommend obinutuzumab for treatment of follicular lymphoma.
NICE reverses its decision on ibrutinib for relapsed or refractory mantle cell lymphoma.
We are delighted to be able to launch our Young People’s Live your Life programme, which will go live with our first workshop in Cambridge on 3 February.
As someone who knows what it’s like to live with a lymphoma diagnosis, I am delighted that we have received funding from BUPA UK Foundation to run a programme of Live your Life workshops for young people aged 18-30.
Early results from the phase 1/2 trial of G100 are encouraging.
NICE reverses decision on Ibrutinib and recommends it for baseline commissioning in England.
'Exceptional' grant to help boost our regional networks and help us reach more people across the UK.
Kat, a Macmillan Haematology Nurse Specialist, shares how attending our Lymphoma Masterclass helped her focus for the year ahead.
Brentuximab vedotin recommended as treatment option for systemic anaplastic large cell lymphoma.
Some people with CLL now able to access venetoclax through Cancer Drugs Fund.
People with certain mutations (genetic changes) in their lymphoma cells are most likely to benefit.
MOR2018 and lenalidomide could be a new treatment combination for diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) that has relapsed (come back) or was refractory (didn’t respond well) to previous treatment.
New approaches are needed for the treatment of people with T-cell lymphoma after disappointing results in the CHEMO-T trial.
Adding rituximab to chemotherapy improves outcomes for under-18s with advanced-stage B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL)
Recently published findings from the phase 3 RATHL trial (Response-adapted therapy for advanced Hodgkin lymphoma) show that most people can be spared some side effects.