Audio Interviews with Experts
Lymphoma Foundation of America is the national organization devoted solely to helping lymphoma patients and their families.
We were founded in 1986 by people with lymphoma who came together to help each other recover from cancer.
We organized the first lymphoma support group in the United States.
We advocate your right to know the truth about the risks and benefits of cancer treatments – whether standard, experimental, or alternative.
Lymphoma Foundation of America is an independent, nonprofit charitable organization. Our work is supported entirely by donations and gifts from individuals. We do not accept drug company or industry funding.
We are dedicated to helping you find the best care available for your type of lymphoma. We offer support, experience, advice, and a helping hand. All programs and services are free.
Whether you are a cancer patient, family member, or friend, you can be part of the healing process. The way you respond to a life-threatening illness is just as important as the treatments you receive and the doctors you choose.
Lymphoma Foundation of America is listed with the U.S. government’s cancer information hotline, 1-800-4-CANCER, a service of the National Cancer Institute.
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Lymphoma Foundation of America
1100 N. Main Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Tel: (734) 222-1100 | Fax: (734) 222-0044
Patient Hotline: 1-800-385-1060
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