Disease-Specific Websites

Hi guys,
Wanted to share this information with you. It's nice to have a place to go when we have questions about our specific lymphoma subtype and not have to sift through a ton of information thats non related. Hope everyone has a good weekend. Love..Sue
(Follicular NHL-stage3-grade2-typeA-diagnosed June 2010-age 61)


Disease-Specific Websites
The Lymphoma Research Foundation (LRF) maintains four disease-specific websites which provide visitors with data on specific lymphoma subtypes, including diagnostic information, treatment options, and free patient and caregiver resources. Each website also offers visitors the opportunity to register for the Foundation’s semiannual electronic newsletters, which bring recipients the latest in disease-specific news and treatment updates.

Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
www.FocusOnCLL.org

Follicular Lymphoma
www.FocusOnFL.org

Mantle Cell Lymphoma
www.FocusOnMCL.org

Peripheral T-Cell Lymphoma
www.FocusOnPTCL.org

Comments

  • anliperez915
    anliperez915 Member Posts: 770
    Hi Sue
    Thank you Sue,
    First of all you're looking good on the new picture you posted, and second thanks for the info, I'll bookmark it so I can read from it regularly. You too have a good weekend and take care.

    Sincerely,

    Liz
  • allmost60
    allmost60 Member Posts: 3,178

    Hi Sue
    Thank you Sue,
    First of all you're looking good on the new picture you posted, and second thanks for the info, I'll bookmark it so I can read from it regularly. You too have a good weekend and take care.

    Sincerely,

    Liz

    Thanks...
    Thank you Liz...my friend took the picture last Tuesday(Oct 25th) right before my Rituxan infusion. She takes a picture before each treatment which helps me to share with my family (7 sisters)on how I'm doing. My sisters seem to think that if you have cancer you will automatically look sickly, and so far that hasn't been the case for me.I think the worst I looked and felt was midway into my chemo last fall around this time. Once chemo was finished and my hair got thicker I started to look more perky. Summer helped put a little color back in my face, but alas, it was short lived and now it's almost winter again. How fast time goes! Much love...Sue (FNHL-2-3a-6/10)
  • COBRA666
    COBRA666 Member Posts: 2,401 Member
    allmost60 said:

    Thanks...
    Thank you Liz...my friend took the picture last Tuesday(Oct 25th) right before my Rituxan infusion. She takes a picture before each treatment which helps me to share with my family (7 sisters)on how I'm doing. My sisters seem to think that if you have cancer you will automatically look sickly, and so far that hasn't been the case for me.I think the worst I looked and felt was midway into my chemo last fall around this time. Once chemo was finished and my hair got thicker I started to look more perky. Summer helped put a little color back in my face, but alas, it was short lived and now it's almost winter again. How fast time goes! Much love...Sue (FNHL-2-3a-6/10)

    Feeling like crap
    Hey Sue,
    I know how you feel. I felt like my whole last summer was worry,worry worry. I stayed tired all the time too. It was a lost summer thats for sure for me. John