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Recently finished lymphoma treatment?

Published on: 18 June 2024

Finishing treatment can bring a range of emotions and practical considerations – we’re here to support you as you adjust. 

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People often tell us that it takes time to recover from lymphoma treatment – not only physically, but mentally and emotionally too. 

You might have side effects that go on for a while and impact your day-to-day life. The knock-on effects can be wide-reaching, affecting your work, social activities, and relationships with family and friends

There can also be a range of emotions to process. For some, the enormity of what they, and those close to them, have been through is experienced with fresh emotion. We’ve heard people talk about adapting to living with uncertainty and, sometimes, changed plans for the future.

Although it takes time to recover, there is support available. As well as your medical team, we are here to support you to live well, with and beyond lymphoma.

Find out more in our updated information about recovery from lymphoma treatment, which covers adjusting to life after treatment, support with side effects and answers to some of the frequently asked questions about finishing treatment.

It’s taken longer than I had thought it would to regain my strength after lymphoma treatment. My haematologist explained that I had been through intense treatment, so I needed to be kind to myself

Penny, who was treated for lymphoma

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Talk to a member of your medical team or your GP for advice and signposting to help you live well after treatment.