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Do I need any tests to confirm diagnosis?
What treatment are available?

The Lymphoma Unit takes regional referrals and manages and treats complex and rare lymphomas, in particular T cell lymphoma. St George’s provides a regional service for patients with HIV related lymphoma and Kaposi’s Sarcoma. Patients are jointly reviewed by the lymphoma team and HIV specialist and there are shared care arrangements with the clinical infection unit for inpatients. Patients requiring bone marrow transplantation can be managed and supported by the same team throughout their entire pathway.

We run a number of patient-centred nurse-led clinics for lymphoma long term follow up, late effects monitoring, oral chemotherapy and telephone consultations.

The unit benefits from a full range of specialist supporting services including specialist surgery, spinal surgery, cardiology, specialist dentistry, cancer psychology, medical and critical care facilities.  We also provide complementary therapies via the Full Circle charity to patients and carers.