The Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation's CEO, Susan Thornton talks about what it is like to be diagnosed with cutaneous lymphoma and how the Foundation helps through its mission of promoting awareness and education, advancing patient care, and facilitating research.
Being diagnosed with cutaneous lymphoma while living far from a specialist may present innumerable challenges. However, there are some strategies for patients to utilize that may be employed to effectively handle these situations:
What are the next steps for a patient and their loved ones after being diagnosed with cutaneous lymphoma?
A question that often arises when newly diagnosed patients call the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation is: “What and how should I tell my friends and family?” There is no One-Size-Fits-All answer to this. Social worker, Leora Lowenthal offers some guidelines that allow each reader to come up with their own best solution.
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