Lymphoma & Scanxiety

As we all know scans are routine but it still doesn’t help having that dreaded feeling in the pit of your stomach going for them.

Charlotte At Hospital

Lymphoma & Watch and Wait

In 2015, Charlotte was diagnosed with a non-Hodgkin’s follicular lymphoma, a type of slow-growing incurable blood cancer in 2015. She was the youngest patient her consultant had seen with this type of cancer.

After undergoing 3 years of chemotherapy and immunotherapy, Charlotte went into remission, but unfortunately, in the summer of 2021, she found out that her cancer had relapsed. Charlotte shares her lymphoma lowdown on a type of active cancer monitoring called ‘watch and wait’.


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