What is Lymphoma

Lymphomas are a group of cancers that start in the immune system. Two major types of lymphoma are Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin Lymphoma (NHL). NHL is broken down further into several groups with the 2 most common being large B-cell lymphoma and follicular lymphoma. When NHL occurs in the immune system of the skin, the resulting cancer can be called cutaneous lymphoma. Lymphomas can also be classified by what type of immune cell they started from, such as B cell or T cell. Treatment options may include radiation, chemotherapy, targeted drug therapy, immunotherapy and stem cell or bone marrow transplant.1

How common is Lymphoma

In 2023, around 80,550 people in the US could be diagnosed with NHL and 8,830 people in the US could be diagnosed with Hodgkin Lymphoma.2 3

Find Support

There are many organizations that support research and advocacy for Lymphoma. See below for a few of those organizations.

Lymphoma Organizations

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