- Volunteering: a sense of community
- This version of me - Nia
- My experience of treatment on a clinical trial - Katie
- Understanding relapse in lymphoma - Charlotte Bloodworth
- Support is the thing that helps you to cope - Lord Menzies Campbell
- The role of the pathologist in the diagnosis of lymphoma - Dr Bridget Wilkins
- Kicking on - Robbie Fergusson
- Enhanced supportive care - Dr Dan Monnery
- The last surviving sperm in the facilty - Giles Andreae
- Being in the company of people - Jamie Beamish
- Little rocks and lollipops - Emma Forbes
- Looking to the future and the kindness of strangers - Sarah Standing and Emma Forbes
- Focusing on your emotional wellbeing - Angela Waind
- Why I find lymphoma so interesting - Dr Graham Collins
- The role of the GP in managing lymphoma - Dr Sarah Jarvis
Volunteering: a sense of community
Two of our volunteers Penny and Mark join Carly, Volunteering Development Manager, to share life as a Lymphoma Action volunteer and how their volunteering makes a difference for people affected by lymphoma and their own personal experience of lymphoma.
This version of me
Shortly after 28-year-old Nia had moved to the UK from the USA, she discovered a lump in her neck. Here she talks about her diagnosis of Hodgkin lymphoma, how healthcare differs in the UK compared with the USA, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and ways she coped with treatment.
My experience of treatment on a clinical trial
In this episode, Anne Hook, Lymphoma Action's Publication Manager is in conversation with Katie, who has lymphoma and has been receiving treatment through a clinical trial.
Understanding relapse in lymphoma
In this podcast, Advanced Nurse Practitioner Charlotte Bloodworth explains what relapsing in lymphoma means, strategies for treating and managing relapse, and support strategies for coping with concerns around relapse.
Support is the thing that helps you to cope - in conversation with Lord Menzies Campbell
Lord Menzies Campbell, Patron of Lymphoma Action, talks to the Charity's Chief Executive, Ropinder Gill, about his esteemed and varied career, how some of his greatest achievements have been since his diagnosis of non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 2002 and the important role that charities play when influencing policy and decision makers to ensure better health outcomes for those affected by cancer.
The role of the pathologist in the diagnosis of lymphoma - in conversation with Dr Bridget Wilkins
Bridget Wilkins, Consultant Haematopathologist, takes us through the fascinating topic of pathology: what it is and the role it plays in the diagnosis and management of lymphoma. This podcast gives an insight into this important role within the multidisciplinary team supporting individuals with lymphoma.
Kicking on - in conversation with Robbie Fergusson
Scotland 7s international rugby union player and Team GB member, Robbie Fergusson, and Lymphoma Action volunteer Mike Taylor both reflect on their experiences with lymphoma. Robbie talks about the impact of his Hodgkin lymphoma diagnosis on his career at the time, his recovery post-treatment and his experience of taking part in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Enhanced supportive care and its role within the holistic management of lymphoma - in conversation with Dr Dan Monnery
Palliative Care Consultant and NHS England National Clinical Advisor for Enhanced Supportive Care, Dr Dan Monnery talks about the principles of enhanced supportive care (ESC), the benefits to this approach and how it differs from other types of care, and his wish that ESC be offered to everyone receiving a cancer diagnosis.
The last surviving sperm in the facility
In this podcast, poet, author and illustrator Giles Andreae reflects on his lymphoma experience. He talks about an extraordinary initial diagnosis (3:32), his determination to preserve his fertility (8:43) and his treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma (19:36). He explains why he only wants to write about love and happiness (32:00) and how a later cancer diagnosis was even more challenging (33:30). Published in August 2021.
Being in the company of people - in conversation with Jamie Beamish
In this podcast, Bridgerton and Derry Girls actor Jamie Beamish talks to us about his experience of Hodgkin lymphoma, the impact his diagnosis had on his career at the time and the stem cell transplant he received as part of his treatment. Published in March 2021.
Little rocks and lollipops - in conversation with Emma Forbes
In this podcast, Emma talks to us about her experience of supporting her sister, Sarah, who has a diagnosis of lymphoma. Published in February 2021.
Looking to the future and the kindness of strangers - in conversation with Sarah Standing and Emma Forbes
In this podcast, sisters Sarah and Emma talk to us about Sarah's diagnosis of lymphoma in 2020, and the emotional challenges of supporting a loved one at a distance. Published in February 2021.
Focusing on your emotional wellbeing - in conversation with Angela Waind
In this podcast, Consultant Counselling Psychologist Angela Waind talks to Lymphoma Action's Karen Bonell about emotional wellbeing and mental health, the links with physical health, and strategies to help support positive mental wellbeing. Recorded on 9 December 2020.
Why I find lymphoma so interesting - in conversation with Dr Graham Collins
In this podcast, consultant haematologist Dr Graham Collins talks to Lymphoma Action's Anne Hook about why he feels that lymphoma is so interesting. Recorded on 27 November 2020.
The role of the GP in managing lymphoma - in conversation with Sarah Jarvis
In this podcast, Dr Sarah Jarvis talks to Lymphoma Action's Stephen Scowcroft about the role of the GP, not just in referring people who have symptoms of lymphoma, but also for those with a lymphoma diagnosis. Recorded on 28 August 2020.
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