Lymphoma Australia resources, hotlines and more

Lymphoma Australia is the only national charity dedicated to Lymphoma.

Lymphoma Australia’s resources include:

  • a factsheet on all you need to know about hodgkin lymphoma and the different subtypes. It explains the cancer, how it is diagnosed, the treatment involved, supports available and treatments under investigation. It is available to download and print from Lymphoma Australia website.
  • a resource booklet for anyone with a new diagnosis of lymphoma including all information you need to know about this cancer, the lymphatic system, how it is diagnosed, different treatments, supports available and clinical trials. It is available to order online, download or print through the website.
  • the lymphoma nurse hotline available to anyone needing advice about Lymphoma. It is a toll free number and available to anyone across Australia during business hours. If the nurse can’t answer, leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as we can. ph 1800 953 081
  • Transplants in Lymphoma factsheet that explains what is involved for those who need a transplant with a lymphoma diagnosis. It includes when they are indicated, the different types, what is involved in the process of collecting cells and the process involved when they are returned. The fact sheet can be downloaded and printed from the website.

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