Non Hodgkin lymphoma organisations
This page gives information about organisations and websites that help and support people with non Hodgkin lymphoma. You can find the following information.
The websites listed on this page are valuable sources of detailed information about cancer. They may use more technical terms, longer pages and fewer images than we do.
Cancer Research UK
407 St John Street
Helpline: 0808 800 40 40
Admin phone number 020 7242 0200
Cancer Research UK is the largest cancer research organisation in the world, outside the USA. We are the European leader in the development of new anti cancer drugs. We fund research on all aspects of the disease from its causes, to treatment and prevention.
We are also committed to producing high quality information for people affected by cancer, health professionals and the general public. We do this through our website, which includes patient information and news and resources, and through our range of health awareness leaflets.
If you have a question about cancer, and you are in the UK or Ireland, you can contact our team of specialist cancer information nurses using this form, or by phoning freephone 0808 800 40 40.
If you would like to talk to someone affected by cancer, share experiences or find information, you can visit our Cancer Chat forum.
The Lymphoma Association
PO Box 386
Bucks HP20 2GA
The Lymphoma Association gives emotional support and medical information on all aspects of Hodgkin lymphoma and non Hodgkin lymphoma. They produce leaflets, a newsletter, run local support groups for people with lymphoma around the country and have a buddy scheme for putting patients in touch with each other by phone. Their services are free to people with lymphoma and their families and friends. And they have a chatroom which is available 24 hours a day, but has designated chat times between 12 and 2pm, and 8 and 10pm, when you are likely to find the most people online.
Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research
39 - 40 Eagle Street
Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research sponsors research into leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma. They also provide patient information booklets and leaflets that you can download or order from their website.
2 Heathgate Place
75 ̶̶ 87 Agincourt Road
Anthony Nolan runs the world's largest register of bone marrow donors. The donors are fully tissue typed for matching with people waiting for marrow. All donors are volunteers. Anyone wishing to be a donor should contact the donor department.
African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust
The ACLT aims to increase the number of bone marrow and stem cells donors for African, African Caribbean and mixed parentage people in the UK who need a transplant.
This UK group is supported by the International Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinaemia Foundation (IWMF). They provide information and support to people affected by WM. They have volunteers who are willing to answer questions about their experience of specific treatments for WM.
National Cancer Institute website (non Hodgkin lymphoma)
The American National Cancer Institute's patient information about non Hodgkin lymphoma is detailed and comprehensive.
Non Hodgkin Lymphoma ̶̶ Adult
Non Hodgkin Lymphoma ̶̶ Childhood
An American website of evidence based, detailed information on all aspects of lymphoma. The language used is very technical.
Teenage Cancer Trust
93 Newman Street
Phone: 020 7612 0370
A national charity providing specialist units, support, education and information for teenagers with cancer and their families. The TCT also funds research into young people's cancers. It holds annual conferences for teenagers with cancer and the health professionals who look after them.
Macmillan Cancer Support
89 Albert Embankment
Macmillan Support Line: 0808 808 0000 (Mon to Fri, 9am to 8pm; information available in other languages)
Textphone: 0808 808 0121
Macmillan Cancer Support improves the lives of people affected by cancer. They provide practical, medical and financial support and push for better cancer care. They provide booklets on cancer and treatments and run a helpline providing cancer information and benefits advice.
They also provide information for teenagers and young adults with cancer. They have an online community group for people who are 16 to 24 and living with cancer.
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