Lymphoma Action's Stephen Scowcroft comments on rare lymphoma that developed after heart transplant.
Tisagenlecleucel (Kymriah®) not available for use on the NHS in Scotland
Dorothy Reed - giving Hodgkin lymphoma a clear diagnostic marker.
Tom has lymphoma storybook recently published.
Second person in remission from HIV after a donor stem cell transplant for blood cancer.
UK study researching impact of cancer on daily life across the UK.
Lymphoma Action are pleased to support Rare Disease Day.
Football club QPR welcomed Emily - currently in treatment for lymphoma - and her brother and father to their training ground.
What do I need to know about neutropenic sepsis?
Read Mary's experience of chemo brain in the forthcoming Lymphoma Matters magazine
British Association of Dermatologists publishes new guidelines for the management of primary cutaneous lymphomas
The Scottish Medicines Consortium is not recommending axicabtagene ciloleucel (Yescarta®) for use within NHS Scotland
The campaign encourages conversations about mental heath, urging people to talk to others in whatever way they want to.
I Am and I Will - you are the hero of this campaign. Start a conversation about cancer today with your family, friends, colleagues and networks.
New CAR T-cell therapies will be available for selected people with relapsed or refractory large B‑cell lymphoma
New edition of Tom has lymphoma now available
Results of the Echelon-2 study show that adding brentuximab vedotin to chemotherapy improves survival in people who have CD30-positive T-cell lymphomas
The National Cohort Study researching late effects of Hodgkin lymphoma treatment will be the largest study of its kind in the world
Venetoclax plus rituximab is now available on the NHS for adults with relapsed or refractory CLL
Mogamulizumab licensed for the treatment of mycosis fungoides or Sézary syndrome (SS)
Have your say on brentuximab vedotin for cutaneous T-cell lymphoma
The Lymphoma Coalition Europe (LCE) is looking for people to be members of a new Lymphoma CAB - if you want to influence research and help create a louder voice for the lymphoma community register your interest today.
As part of our commitment to delivering the best possible services for people living with lymphoma, we're delighted that Lymphoma Action will be represented on a new leadership programme for women working in the charity sector.
The NHS Long Term Plan has been published and whilst lymphoma is not specifically mentioned, we're glad to see the more personalised, co-ordinated approach to cancer care. We hope the government supports the commitments with the resources and staffing needed.
Have your say on bendamustine with rituximab for relapsed low-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Merry Christmas and thank you!
Our comment following recent news stories.
A negative PET scan after two cycles of eBEACOPP allows treatment intensity to be reduced without affecting disease control
New guidelines give a clear treatment pathway for people with primary CNS lymphoma
Our new animation explains how cancer develops and how the drugs in chemotherapy work to destroy cancer cells
New trial shows a combination of ibrutinib and obinutuzumab is an alternative to ibrutinib plus chemo in first-line treatment of CLL/SLL
To mark #IVD2018 we're sharing the results of our first volunteer experience survey and saying thank you to our amazing volunteers!
Top 10 research priorities to help people live better with and beyond cancer.
Stephen Scowcroft, our Business Development Manager, reports back from the European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO) Congress 2018 #ESMO18.
We're proud that our Live your Life programme has been awarded an AbbVie Big Ideas for Better Health Award 2018.
We're delighted that our animation explaining lymphoma to children has been shortlisted in the Charity Film Awards - we'd be grateful for your voters so we can progress to the next stage.
Around 10 people every day in the UK are diagnosed with CLL and SLL and face the challenges of living with this chronic cancer - our new resources are here to help.
NICE recommending Kymriah for young people with B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL)
World Pneumonia Day aims to raise awareness of pneumonia and promote prevention and treatment.
Advances in radiology continue to improve diagnosis, staging and monitoring of lymphoma.
Our response to the recent consultation on the NHS long term plan.
Medicinal cannabis can now be prescribed for adults with chemotherapy-related nausea or vomiting, who haven't responded to licensed treatment.
People recently diagnosed with mycosis fungoides and Sézary syndrome may be able to join study
Whether you or another family member has lymphoma, it’s important to talk to children about what they can expect. Our new animations help explain what lymphoma is, in a child-friendly way.
Under the banner 'Right To Be Forgotten' Youth Cancer Europe call for EU-wide legislation to end financial discrimination for cancer survivors.
You need to be vaccinated every year as vaccine available is based on the virus strains experts think are most likely to be around.
Initial clinical trial results shows this could be a potential treatment.
Launched on World Menopause Day, we have produced three new videos to support women experiencing an early or premature menopause after treatment for lymphoma.
Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, has sadly died from complications of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Ground-breaking treatment offers new hope.
Scientists whose work underpins a targeted treatment for lymphoma win Nobel Prize for Medicine.
The RATHL Trial and the need to establish the impact of different chemotherapies on fertility.
Our clinical trials in lymphoma films highly commended in the BMA Patient Information Awards 2018
Education and Training Manager Helen Mee reflects on the first of a series of conferences for people with lymphoma
Newer antibody still not recommended in Scotland
Your insight could support a NICE assessment for brentuximab vedotin
We're supporting the MBCV campaign alongside eight blood cancer patient groups.
Our response to the NICE draft decision to reject CAR T-cell technology on the NHS.
Both my husband and his father have had a blood cancer diagnosis so I am concerned whether there is a genetic link.
Dr Becky Salisbury, our Senior Medical Writer, blogs about one of the hot topics from the recent British Society of Haematology meeting.
Did you know Lymphoma Action has support groups across the UK?
Many are organised by our wonderful volunteers and we are looking for more people to help.
Positive update about ibrutinib and relapsed chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL)
This report from the annual meeting of the British Society of Haematology discusses reducing treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma to reduce side effects.
After a donor stem cell transplant, Trevor set his sights on the British Transplant Games
Stephen Scowcroft, our Business Development Manager summarises the Lymphoma Coalition Global Summit 2018 held in Prague in July 2018
If you have used Lymphoma TrialsLink, your feedback could help us improve this information service
NICE/NHS England recommend pembrolizumab for people with relapsed or refractory Hodgkin lymphoma who have had brentuximab vedotin and cannot have an autologous stem cell transplant
If you would like to share your views on how cancer care could be improved, Cancer52 would like to hear from you.
Patients are not involved in MDT meetings as various other cases are discussed, so there is a problem of confidentiality. But talk to your CNS to see whether they could represent your views.
Our Education and Training Manager, Helen Mee, talks about our upcoming event in Glasgow and explains why you should join us
The British Society of Haematology have published their guidelines on the treatment of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia
Should obinutuzumab be used as part of the first-line treatment of follicular lymphoma or should we stick with rituximab?
It can be difficult knowing you have an illness but are not having treatment - our new information can help.
New guidelines give a clear treatment pathway for people with mantle cell lymphoma
Our Senior Medical Writer, Dr Becky Salisbury, talks about some of the hot topics raised at the recent British Society of Haematology meeting.
As we celebrate 70 years of the NHS, we say thank you to all the staff who care for people affected by lymphoma.
Health Information Week is an annual campaign to promote the quality health resources available.
These therapies offer a new treatment option for people with difficult-to-treat B cell lymphomas.
We look forward to Ropinder joining the organisation in August.
How good are blood tests at detecting whether lymphoma is progressing or relapsing? We share the answer from issue 103 of Lymphoma Matters magazine.
Stephen Scowcroft reports back from a biosimilars panel at the European Haematology Association (EHA) Congress 2018.
Promising results for new antibody treatment for B-cell lymphomas in ongoing Hu5F9-G4 clinical trial
Karen, our regional development manager, and her team of daredevils took on the Velocity Zip Slide in Snowdonia to raise funds for us.
This Learning Disability Week, we are seeking feedback to help us develop a new version.
New evidence means the targeted drug can now be used routinely on the NHS for more people with classical Hodgkin lymphoma.
Becky, our senior medical writer, shares some of the discussion from the British Society of Haematology annual meeting.
To mark Carers Week 2018 we highlight the support we offer to those caring for someone with lymphoma.
Held at Keble College on 25-26 June, this course is for specialist trainees or consultants. A nurse stream will be held on Sunday 24 June.
To mark Volunteers’ Week (1-7 June), Carly, our new Volunteering Development Manager, tells us more about volunteering with Lymphoma Action.
Lymphoma Canada is seeking the views of peripheral T-cell lymphoma patients who have experience of pralatrexate or belinostat.
Rowan Dartington employee helps secure a grant in her grandmother’s name.
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 18 April 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.
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.
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.
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.