Lymphoma is a cancer that forms in the infection-fighting cells of the immune system. The two main types are Hodgkin lymphoma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Bill C. Potts is a five-time cancer survivor. In our latest essay, Bill shares five invaluable lessons from his experiences with cancer.
Sara Quiriconi is redefining what it means to live “cancer-free.”
Through his battle with cancer, Steve Neruda discovered the power of plasma.
The summer issues warrior is Leonard, a lymphoma warrior diagnosed during the pandemic.
Brad Beetham of Cal’s Angels is the international issue’s Spotlight Supporter.
After her mother passed away from cancer, Katie Russell Newland went on the trip of a lifetime for any baseball fan in order to get closer to her.
Meet issue 10’s cancer thriver, Kate Haleblian, who survived cancer right when her young adult life was about to begin.
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Man and Woman of the Year campaign has begun! For the next ten weeks, Vogelzang Law and Cancer Wellness’ nominees will be working hard at fundraising in honor of local blood cancer survivors.
After caring for her mother during her battle with stage IV stomach cancer, Michelle Patidar trusted her instincts when a dream-state visit from her mother warned her about her own health.
After surviving lymphoma twice, therapist and motivational strategist Cortina Peters decided to channel her experiences to help people everywhere.