Blood cancers

Fatigue and fear of relapse remain concerns for lymphoma survivors

Better survival rates for lymphoma mean there is greater need for practical and psychological support services for patients,  the Leukaemia Foundation says. A new report released by the Foundation shows that more Australians with lymphoma are surviving but they are also experiencing fears of relapse, anxiety, depression and isolation. And despite survival rates jumping from just ...

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