Help for you
and your family
Research for
the cure
Surviving
Lymphoma
Who we are You can help

Patient Help Line

1-800-385-1060

Advice, experience, and a helping hand

Call anytime 24/7. If we are busy helping other patients, please leave a message with your day and evening phone numbers. One of our nurses will call you back.

ask a nurse about cancer

Our registered nurses are counselors who have experience helping lymphoma patients and family members. They will listen to you, answer your questions, provide important medical information, and help you with referrals to specialists. This service is free of charge. All services and programs of the Lymphoma Foundation of American are provided at no cost.

"YOU HAVE CANCER."

These words are the start of a long, intense journey. As a cancer patient, you will find that cancer treatment is often complex. You and your doctor may be faced with difficult decisions.

Lymphoma Foundation of America offers advice, experience, and a helping hand. We help you understand the practical steps you can take to gain the confidence you need to make necessary treatment decisions. Our nurse counselors are available to answer your questions, and will spend as much time with you as you need.

Family members are welcome to call. If you are a spouse or caregiver for a lymphoma patient, our nurses will explain how you can help your loved one.

Patients tell us that the information and encouragement they receive from our nurse counselors are an important part of their recovery.

CONTACT US

©2017 Lymphoma Foundation of America. LymphomoHelp® All rights reserved.
help and support for lymphoma patients and familyHelp for you and
your family
Research for
the cure
Surviving Lymphoma Who we
are
You can help

Talk to our nurse

ask a nurse about cancer

Patient Help Line
1-800-385-1060

Advice, experience, and a helping hand

Call anytime 24/7. If we are busy helping other patients, please leave a message with your day and evening phone numbers. One of our nurses will call you back.

Our registered nurses are counselors who have experience helping lymphoma patients and family members. They will listen to you, answer your questions, provide important medical information, and help you with referrals to specialists. This service is free of charge. All services and programs of the Lymphoma Foundation of American are provided at no cost.

"YOU HAVE CANCER."

These words are the start of a long, intense journey. As a cancer patient, you will find that cancer treatment is often complex. You and your doctor may be faced with difficult decisions.

Lymphoma Foundation of America offers advice, experience, and a helping hand. We help you understand the practical steps you can take to gain the confidence you need to make necessary treatment decisions. Our nurse counselors are available to answer your questions, and will spend as much time with you as you need.

Family members are welcome to call. If you are a spouse or caregiver for a lymphoma patient, our nurses will explain how you can help your loved one.

Patients tell us that the information and encouragement they receive from our nurse counselors are an important part of their recovery.

lymphoma foundation of America

Patient Help Line

1-800-385-1060

Advice, experience, and a helping hand

Call anytime 24/7. If we are busy helping other patients, please leave a message with your day and evening phone numbers. One of our nurses will call you back.

ask a nurse about cancer

Our registered nurses are counselors who have experience helping lymphoma patients and family members. They will listen to you, answer your questions, provide important medical information, and help you with referrals to specialists. This service is free of charge. All services and programs of the Lymphoma Foundation of American are provided at no cost.

"YOU HAVE CANCER."

These words are the start of a long, intense journey. As a cancer patient, you will find that cancer treatment is often complex. You and your doctor may be faced with difficult decisions.

Lymphoma Foundation of America offers advice, experience, and a helping hand. We help you understand the practical steps you can take to gain the confidence you need to make necessary treatment decisions. Our nurse counselors are available to answer your questions, and will spend as much time with you as you need.

Family members are welcome to call. If you are a spouse or caregiver for a lymphoma patient, our nurses will explain how you can help your loved one.

Patients tell us that the information and encouragement they receive from our nurse counselors are an important part of their recovery.

CONTACT US

©2017 Lymphoma Foundation of America. LymphomoHelp® All rights reserved.