Treatment for lymphoma can be a rough journey, which is why making time for self-care is extra important. Our expert offers some best approaches to self-care.
You’ve been diagnosed with lymphoma. Now what? While it can be scary to think about living with cancer, there are things you can do to help you adjust and feel in control.
If you’ve been diagnosed with lymphoma, a healthy diet can enhance your treatment. Learn which foods to focus on and which ones to avoid.
If you have lymphoma, vaccination is still important — but there are parameters. An oncologist explains.
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