The paper covers recommendations on the diagnosis and treatment of people with Richter transformation.
Sunday 5 December is International Volunteer Day, an annual event to recognise and promote the incredible volunteering that takes place across the world.
The Good Grief Trust’s National Grief Awareness week aims to raise awareness of all aspects of grief, its potential impacts and how you can support someone else through a bereavement.
Double your donation with one week of match funding and give the gift of support to people affected by lymphoma.
EBV-specific T cells are active against extranodal NK/T-cell lymphoma and could be studied further.
Join in the festive fun and show your support for people affected by lymphoma!
Pathology plays a critical role in the diagnosis and management of lymphoma. In our latest Lymphoma Voices podcast Dr Bridget Wilkins explains why.
The TIER trial has found that a new combination of chemotherapy and antibody therapy can produce meaningful responses in people with relapsed or refractory CNS lymphoma.
We are calling for people affected by blood cancer to be treated equally to those with the four most common cancers in NHS policy making and decision making.
As this week marks Self Care Week, here’s a reminder of some of the information and support we offer to help you live well.