Daily Living

Cancer can both impact our daily living practices, as well as encourage us to make changes to how we live on a daily basis. This section is a collection of articles and resources that relate to day-to-day living with the disease. Be sure to talk with your physician before making changes.

Cancer + Careers - Privacy Considerations

Sharing life events and challenges online is a common occurrence with social media, but what should you post? Cancer + Career's "Your Online Footprint" offers information you need to know about protecting your privacy and your online reputation.

Facebook Live Interview: Leora Lowenthal, LICSW, MSW

May 2018 - Oncology social worker Leora Lowenthal joined CLF's Susan Thornton to discuss Patient Empowerment: practical and informative presentation on why and how to connect with oncology social services, and how to empower yourself when living with cutaneous lymphoma. Ms. Lowenthal is a senior clinical social worker at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Couple with physician


When it comes to family planning, using even mild therapies for a long period of time can be an issue. Because many therapies only work while they are being given, aspects of family planning often need to be considered when choosing a therapy.

Workplace and Cancer

Can I return to work? People living with cancer frequently ask this question. There are a number of laws protecting the rights of employees with cancer and their caregivers. It is very important for you to know the legal protections that exist when you have cancer and are working or are re-entering the workforce.
Hair loss


Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma (CTCL) is a cancer of lymphocytes (white blood cells) that initially affect the skin. CTCL is associated with many symptoms including itching, redness of the skin, scaliness, and many others. Sometimes patients with CTCL may notice a loss of hair, or alopecia, which can affect any area of the body.


Being intimate can be challenging when you have cutaneous lymphoma.

Air Travel With Medications

Many questions arise for patients who need to travel on an airplane with their medications. The U.S. Transportation Security Administration’s website offers information on traveling with medications.

Online Support Groups

Online support communities such as listservs can directly link people living with cutaneous lymphoma to one another via email. The Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation is pleased to promote the following listservs.

Living With Cutaneous Lymphoma...Yes, Living!

You've been diagnosed with cutaneous lymphoma, is it possible to still have a full and rewarding life?

Should I get vaccinations like the flu shot or shingles?

What are recommendations about vaccinations like shingles and flu shots? Dr. Larisa Geskin provides updated information.