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  • Complementary therapy

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    01 July 2018

    What is complementary therapy? Complementary therapy is treatment that’s used alongside mainstream treatment for lymphoma (for example, chemotherapy, radiotherapy or targeted treatments).

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  • Managing stress

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    01 April 2019

    What is stress? Stress is a natural response to feeling stretched to the limits of your physical, practical, psychological (mental and emotional) capabilities. You might feel overwhelmed and...

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  • Chemo brain

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    01 February 2018

    What is 'chemo brain' (cancer-related cognitive impairment)? Cancer-related cognitive impairment is a change in thinking processes that affects some people with cancer. The changes...

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  • The emotional impact of living with lymphoma

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    01 August 2019

    Feelings after a lymphoma diagnosis There’s no set or typical way to feel after being told you have lymphoma – we all respond differently to challenging news. Part of you might feel relieved to...

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  • Waiting for test results

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    01 November 2020

    Lucy Whiteman, lymphoma nurse specialist, explains why it can take a bit of time to get the results of tests and scans. How long do test results take? Your medical team should be...

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  • Coping with symptoms of lymphoma

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    01 November 2018

    Coping with common symptoms of lymphoma Coping with symptoms of lymphoma can be emotionally and physically challenging. On this page, you will find suggestions you could try to help manage some of...

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  • Caring for someone who has lymphoma

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    01 May 2020

    Am I a carer? A carer looks after someone who has an illness or disability without being paid for it. This includes looking after a family member or friend who has lymphoma, regardless of whether...

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  • Fatigue

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    01 March 2018

    What is fatigue? Cancer-related fatigue is significant physical, emotional or mental exhaustion that’s not proportional to recent activity. It doesn’t feel the same as normal tiredness after...

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  • Living with lymphoma (PDF)

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    Published by Lymphoma Action, 01 August 2017

    If you or someone close to you has been diagnosed with lymphoma, this booklet is for you. It describes some of the feelings and emotions you may have and suggests ways to help you manage these. It...

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  • Nausea and vomiting

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    01 November 2018

    Nausea (feeling sick) and vomiting (being sick) can be side effects of treatment for lymphoma. Some people also experience retching, or dry heaves – automatic movements of the abdominal (stomach) ...

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