The goal of this program is to provide you as a person diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma—as well as your caregivers, family, and friends—with practical tools you can use in your daily life as you deal with your cancer diagnosis and treatment. Living with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, which was written by cancer survivors and healthcare professionals, can be helpful both to individuals newly diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma, as well as to anyone at any other stage of this illness.
After listening, you will better understand:
- Non-Hodgkin lymphoma diagnosis and basic treatment options
- Side effects and symptom management
- Coping with change
- Information for caregivers
Hear an in depth explanation of lymphoma and hear from Maria, a survivor, talk about her experience with lymphoma.
Understanding Your Treatment Options
Listen in on a support group and learn how a lymphoma diagnosis is confirmed and how it is treated.
Side Effects And Symptom Management
Hear Emily, an oncology clinical nurse specialist, talk through the different side effects one might experience throughout treatment of lymphoma. Also, hear how many survivors recognize their symptoms and manage them.
Living with Uncertainty and Changes in Role
Listen to survivors recount the life changes they have had to make and how it made them feel.
Coping Styles – Adapting to Your Illness
Hear Charlene talk through her difficulties and explain how she found the help she needed to adapt.
Information For Caregivers
Hear Kaya talk through her experience of being the primary caregiver for her husband and her need to seek out support.
Review many of the important points of this program and learn about some additional resources for lymphoma.