Treatments for non-Hodgkin lymphoma can include:
- targeted therapy
- radiation therapy (radiotherapy)
- stem cell transplant (bone marrow transplant)
- watchful waiting
- palliative care.
Most people with non-Hodgkin lymphoma have one or more of these treatments. Not all treatments are suitable for every person or every type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Choose the option that best suits your situation
Chemotherapy, also known as chemo, is a way of treating cancer using drugs.
Targeted therapy uses drugs that affect specific cells in some cancers.
Radiation therapy is a way of treating cancers using X-rays or other types of radiation.
Immunotherapy helps the body’s immune system to fight cancer.
Stem cell transplant
Stem cell transplant is a type of treatment used for blood cancers.
Palliative care deals with managing symptoms and improving quality of life.
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