Therapeutic Treatment Options for Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma
This information attempts to provide patients and their family members with current information on the available treatments for cutaneous lymphomas. This information is not meant to be all inclusive, but rather a launching point for further inquiry. This material should not substitute for thoughtful dialogue between patient, family and an experienced cutaneous lymphoma specialist.
Following is a listing of Skin-Directed and Systemic Therapies:
UVB – Broad & Narrow Band and PUVA
Local & Total Skin Electron Beam Conventional Radiation Therapy
Chemotherapies (Single & Multi-Agent)
Pentostatin & other purine analogues (Fludarabine, 2- deoxychloroadenosine)
Bone marrow / Stem cell transplantation:
Bone marrow/Stem cell Allogeneic Transplantation
Last updated August 2010
Additional treatments may be available through clinical trials.
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