Hodgkin lymphoma reading list
This page gives details of a selection of books and leaflets about Hodgkin lymphoma. There is information about
You can find a list of books about cancer, treatments, and living with cancer on our general reading list.
Childhood cancer survivors: a practical guide to your future
N Keene and W Hobbie
O'Reilly, 2012 (3rd revised edition)
This is a US book, so some of the information may not apply (future medical insurance for example). But it is the only book of its kind and has helpful information on coping with emotional and practical aspects of life after cancer.
The chemotherapy and radiotherapy survival guide
Judith Mackay, Nancee Hirano and Myles E. Lampenfeld
New Harbinger Press, 1998 (2nd revised edition)
Written by American oncology nurses, this book has practical tips for coping with treatment side effects.
Victor not victim: My battle with Hodgkin's lymphoma
Dr Mark Gugliotti
An American physiotherapist describes his personal experience of Hodgkin lymphoma.
A parent's guide to children's cancers
Diet and cancer (also on CD)
Lost for words – how to talk to someone with cancer
Relationships, sex and fertility for young people affected by cancer (also on CD)
Talking about your cancer (also on CD)
Talking to children when an adult has cancer
Sexuality and cancer
Understanding cancer research trials (clinical trials)
Understanding chemotherapy (also on CD)
Understanding Hodgkin lymphoma
Understanding high-dose treatment with stem cell support
From the Lymphoma Association
These booklets can be ordered, or downloaded from the Lymphoma Association website
Young person's guide to lymphoma
Lymphomas – a general booklet for Hodgkin lymphoma and non Hodgkin lymphoma patients
Hodgkin lymphoma in children
Questions to ask your doctor or medical team
Steroids – a guide for people with lymphoma
Splenectomy and the risk of infection
From Leukaemia and lymphoma research
These booklets can be ordered, or downloaded from the Leukaemia and lymphoma research website
Undergoing high does therapy and autologous stem cell transplant
Bone marrow and stem cell transplantation (BMT) – for children and adults
Donating stem cells – what's involved?
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