A Patient's Guide to Understanding Cutaneous Lymphoma

The Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation’s  
Patient’s Guide to Understanding Cutaneous Lymphoma

A comprehensive guide for patients, caregivers and others affected by cutaneous lymphoma

We’re very excited to offer the Patient’s Guide to Understanding Cutaneous Lymphoma featuring in-depth information about cutaneous lymphoma, treatment options, what it’s like to live with the disease, and how patients can live with the best quality of life possible. 

Inside you’ll find information about:

  • Cutaneous lymphoma and its many forms
  • Treatment options and treatment side effects
  • Working with the right healthcare team
  • Skin care and itch symptom management
  • Living with cutaneous lymphoma
  • Patient assistance programs
  • Research and clinical trials
  • Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation programs, resources and support
  • And More!

Getting trusted, helpful information about cutaneous lymphoma can be a challenge.  Whether you’re a patient, loved one, medical professional or supporter of our work, you’ve been touched by cutaneous lymphoma.  Along the way, you’ve probably looked for an all-inclusive, handy resource to turn to for questions or information about the disease and how to get help.

And, if you’re a healthcare provider or someone who cares for patients, you’ve probably been looking for something like this that you can share with your patients.

We’ve heard you!

That’s why we’re so pleased to now bring you the first edition of the Patient’s Guide to Understanding Cutaneous Lymphoma


Click here to download the Guide.

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Guide Supporters

This guide is supported through educational grants from:



Therakos Photopheresis


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