Join the conversations on the forum dedicated to Cutaneous Lymphoma (a rare form of Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma) and other types of cancers where you can discuss and share with others who are affected by the same condition. Become part of a community composed of others diagnosed with Cutaneous Lymphoma, as well as caregivers, friends, and family members, where you can discuss a wide-range of topics from treatments and medicines to advice on how to cope with the condition.
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Ongoing discussions - Cutaneous lymphoma
- Living with lymphoma: How does lymphoma impact your daily life?
Hello everyone, I hope you're doing well! I thought I would come and spark some new conversation in our group! Does or did your lymphoma have an impact on your daily life? Did you experience any symp
- Follicular (non-Hodgkin) lymphoma: What is your experience?
Is there anyone else out here with follicular lymphoma
- What is your lymphoma diagnosis story? Let's share!
Hello everyone, How are you today? I thought I would create this discussion so we can all get to know one another better! So, what is your lymphoma diagnosis story? Do you have Hodgkin's or non-
- Have you experienced lymphedema from your lymphoma treatments?
I have compression wrapping on by left arm and both feet and legs to stimulate lymph drainage.
- Anyone else feel ill with R-CHOP chemotherapy?
Hey everyone, I had three treatments and after each treament my side-effects seem to worsen. The last time I began to feel very ill in addition to the nausea, vomiting, and fatigue. I do not think I
- What treatments have you undergone for your lymphoma?
Hello, How are you today? I've created this discussion to allow you to discuss treatments for lymphoma! What has your treatment for lymphoma been like? Which type of lymphoma did or do you have? H
- Nervous - husband still has cancer despite R-CHOP and radiation
My husband has non-Hodgkin diffuse large b-cell lymphoma since January 2018... He has had chemotherapy with not great success and experienced bad side effects. A lower dose chemotherapy was then star