Many questions arise for patients who need to travel on an airplane with their medications. Click here to access a section on the U.S. Transportation Security Administration’s website with information on traveling with medications.
Click here to access additional information provided from the TSA.
Cord blood banking has been used to treat over 80 diseases including leukemia and lymphoma. More awareness can help save the lives of children and adults suffering from life-threatening illnesses. The Cord Blood Center provides information for expectant mothers and families considering cord blood banking – we want to help you find the right option for your loved ones. Whether you choose private banking for the safety of your family, or public banking to help patients in need of a transplant, The Cord Blood Center is committed to giving you relevant, up-to-date information on benefits, pricing and current research for cord blood stem cells.
For more information, visit www.cordbloodbanking.com
LLS CTCL Fact Sheet Available in English and Spanish
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society has published a fact sheet on cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CTCL) available in both English and Spanish. This comprehensive fact sheet includes information on the various forms of CTCL, stages, treatment options, and resources available for help.
Click here to download the English version.
Click here to download the Spanish version.
NCI Cancer Resources Available in Spanish
The most reliable, up-to-date information about cancer is available in Spanish. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is pleased to offer a new Spanish website on www.cancer.gov en español. Information about mycosis fungoides and Sezary syndrome is available en español on this web page: http://www.cancer.gov/espanol/pdq/tratamiento/micosisfungoide/Patient
The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and the LiveStrong Foundation have a video series for young adults with cancer featured on ASCO’s patient information website Cancer.Net. The series, “Moving Forward: Perspectives from Survivors and Doctors,” addresses critical issues that young adults with cancer may face and helps them better understand and cope with challenges related to their diagnosis. These videos are available free of charge as a resource for young adults to better understand and cope with their diagnosis.
View the “Moving Forward” videos at www.cancer.net/navigating-cancer-care/young-adults.