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  • Resources to guide the management of suspected infection in chronic wounds

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    Healthcare Improvement Scotland (Remove filter)

    Published by Healthcare Improvement Scotland, 19 January 2018

    In December 2015, the Scottish Health Technologies Group published a Health Technology Assessment: Antimicrobial Wound Dressings (AWDs) for Chronic Wounds. The HTA concluded that the evidence to...

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  • Low-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma (PDF)

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    Lymphoma Action (Remove filter)

    Published by Lymphoma Action, 01 September 2017

    This booklet will help you understand more about the different types of low-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma. It describes how they typically affect people, the usual treatments, and what to expect...

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  • High-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma (PDF)

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    Lymphoma Action (Remove filter)

    Published by Lymphoma Action, 01 June 2017

    This booklet will help you understand more about the different types of high-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma. It describes how they typically affect people, the usual treatments, and what to expect...

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  • Talking to children about lymphoma

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    Lymphoma Action (Remove filter)

    01 July 2018

    This page is intended for parents or carers who have been diagnosed with lymphoma. Parents and carers may also find this page useful when explaining that another relative, such as a grandparent, has...

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  • Lymphoma and the end of life

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    Lymphoma Action (Remove filter)

    01 September 2019

    How do I know when to stop active treatment? Deciding to end active treatment can be deeply emotional. You might or might not want to talk to friends and family members about it. Ultimately, the...

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  • Dry, sore and itchy skin

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    Lymphoma Action (Remove filter)

    01 June 2019

    Skin problems as a symptom of lymphoma Pruritus (itching) is a common symptom of some types of lymphoma, especially Hodgkin lymphoma and cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (a type of skin lymphoma). It is...

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    Information for the Public (Remove filter)
  • Sore mouth (oral mucositis)

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    Lymphoma Action (Remove filter)

    01 June 2019

    What is oral mucositis? Oral mucositis affects the mucous membrane, which is the soft tissue that lines the inside of your mouth. It happens when the membrane becomes inflamed (swollen, red and...

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  • Late effects of lymphoma treatment

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    Lymphoma Action (Remove filter)

    01 May 2019

    What are late effects? Treatment for lymphoma is generally successful. Most people who have lymphoma live for many years after their treatment has finished and recover well. However, people who...

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    Information for the Public (Remove filter)
  • Donor (allogeneic) stem cell transplants

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    Lymphoma Action (Remove filter)

    01 July 2019

    What is a donor (allogeneic) stem cell transplant? A stem cell transplant is a procedure that replaces damaged or destroyed stem cells (cells in your bone marrow that make new blood cells) with...

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