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Someone in the UK is diagnosed with lymphatic cancer every 40 minutes.
When someone is told they have Hodgkin or non-Hodgkin lymphoma it is often the most difficult experience they have ever faced. While it is the UK’s 5th most common cancer, many people have never heard of lymphoma before they or someone close to them is diagnosed and don’t know anything about it, which leaves them feeling shocked and frightened.
There are many different types of lymphatic cancer which makes diagnosis and treatment very complex. This is why the information and support provided by the Lymphoma Association is so important.
The Lymphoma Association gives people a better understanding of the treatment on offer and the knowledge they need to help them manage their condition. We help people feel less isolated, less vulnerable and more in control, which in turn helps them cope and deal with their cancer journey.
The Lymphoma Association is the only UK charity to exclusively provide specialist information and support for people affected by lymphatic cancer and we rely totally on voluntary income.