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Answers From The Experts: Itch (Video)

Cutaneous lymphoma experts provide answers to the question: "What recommendations do you have for managing itch?"

Understanding Itch

Understanding Itch

Most people with cutaneous T-cell lymphoma or CTCL have itching but few have been successful in finding relief from this symptom. Why aren’t there good drugs available to relieve itch?

Itching For Answers: Pruritus in Cutaneous Lymphoma Patients

Itching For Answers: Pruritus in Cutaneous Lymphoma Patients

For most patients with cutaneous T-cell lymphoma or CTCL, itchiness, also known as pruritus, can range in degree from a minor irritation to a tormenting sensation that can significantly decrease an individual’s quality of life.

Cutaneous Lymphoma and the Skin: Recommended Guidelines for Skin Care

Cutaneous Lymphoma and the Skin: Recommended Guidelines for Skin Care

Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CTCL), including mycosis fungoides and Sézary syndrome forms, is a complex disease that can cause affected patients to suffer multiple annoying symptoms. Patients and providers alike know that a comprehensive treatment plan must also include a discussion on how to manage the associated aggravating skin symptoms like itch, burning, redness, and scaling.

Good Skin Care Tips

Good Skin Care Tips

Cutaneous lymphoma, as well as some treatments for this disease, can make skin dry, itchy, and scaly. Following you will find a variety of tips that can help you with your skin care.

Managing Skin Changes

You and your doctor may have a treatment plan in place to treat your CTCL and help relieve your symptoms. But there are other things you can do to help yourself feel better.