Young Adult Lymphoma
Relationships and Families
Interactions with friends, family members, romantic partners and children often become more complex following a diagnosis of lymphoma and sometimes through the phases of long-term survivorship. Click here to read more.
The Lymphoma Research Foundation understands how important it is to find as much support as possible when you or a young loved one is diagnosed with lymphoma. You can contact our Helpline to talk to a trained professional about questions you may have about any type of lymphoma, treatments, clinical trials, coping, and more. We can also connect you to others who may be in a similar situation to yours through the Lymphoma Support Network.
There are also a number of helpful web sites that feature assistance for children and their families as well as active online communities of young adults with lymphoma. Here are some places to start: Young Adult Online Resources.
The Lymphoma Research Foundation's free Erase Lymphoma toolkit includes the most relevant information and resources, specifically addressing people diagnosed in their teens, twenties and thirties.
We also have the following resources available:
The Lymphoma Research Foundation's Erase Lymphoma campaign aims to assist young lymphoma patients in addressing the unique medical challenges, psychosocial needs and access issues they may encounter by providing expert materials and programs. With increased focus of lymphoma, we can empower patients with the knowledge they need to beat this blood cancer and raise the funds needed to cure it.
Learn more at lymphoma.org/eraselymphoma.