Par for the Cure

Join Lymphoma Canada on Thursday, June 17, at The Club at Bond Head for the 10th annual golf tournament benefiting lymphoma patients and their families.

 

Partners in Giving

Join Lymphoma Canada’s monthly donation program, Partners in Giving, for one year and receive a Lymphoma Canada t-shirt, pen, and bumper sticker.

 

Research Awards 2021

Lymphoma Canada is currently accepting applications for 2021 research funding

 

Dr. Joseph Connors

We congratulate Dr. Connors, a founding member of Lymphoma Canada, for his appointment to the Order of Canada.

 

My Diagnosis Story

Julia was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma at the age of 19. She is sharing her story to encourage others facing a lymphoma diagnosis.

 

CLL Watch & Wait Tracker

The CLL Watch & Wait Tracker is designed to support you through the watch and wait phase of your CLL or SLL.

Download the CLL Watch & Wait Tracker today to help monitor your symptoms. Available for Android and Apple devices or online.

 

Lymphoma Canada is changing the way we host events

Visit our Community Events portal for helpful resources to help you host your very own fundraising event - whether that be a small gathering or something virtual where everyone can join.

 

LYMPHOMA CANADA STATEMENT ON COVID-19

The wellbeing of people with lymphoma and their caregivers is our top priority. Information and advice concerning the coronavirus for cancer patients, can be found at the link below.

 

GIFTS OF SECURITIES

Donate stocks, bonds, and mutual funds to receive tax benefits. Giving is simple, and your gift of securities will have an immediate impact for lymphoma patients.

 

IMPROVING ACCESS TO NEW CANCER TREATMENTS IN CANADA

Drugs may be available for doctors to prescribe, but unless they are reimbursed by the government, new cancer treatments are inaccessible to many patients.

 

WE’RE HERE TO HELP. CONNECT WITH US.

Connect with Lymphoma Canada to inform and empower yourself and others. You can get and give support.

1
1

Information. Help. Hope.

Dealing with lymphoma can be overwhelming, whether you’re a patient yourself or you know someone who is. But you don’t have to face it alone. We connect patients, their family and friends, medical professionals, researchers, volunteers, and donors to build a strong lymphoma community. A community that conducts research to learn lymphoma’s causes, to develop better treatments, and to find a cure. A community that helps people talk about and cope with the fifth most common cancer in Canada. A community that invites you to get and give support.

Lymphoma—including Hodgkin lymphoma, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, and CLL—is the 5th most common cancer in Canada.

NEWS AND EVENTS

masthead_ph_largeleaves

Webinar: Introduction to AYA Care

| Events, Presentations, Special Topic | No Comments
Webinar: Introduction to AYA Care Date/Time: October 29, 2020 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EST Description: This talk will introduce the unique psychosocial, informational, and medical needs faced by this…
Lymphoma Report Card

Lymphoma & CLL Patient and Caregiver Report Cards

| News | No Comments
Patient and Caregiver Experience with Lymphoma from the 2020 Canadian Survey While our daily work with lymphoma and CLL patients and families across Canada helps to connect and inform us…

Survey for Patients with Graft-versus-Host Disease from Stem Cell Transplant

| News | No Comments
Patients with Graft-versus-Host Disease from Stem Cell Transplant: We Need Your Help! Lymphoma Canada, along with an alliance of 8 other blood cancer organizations, is preparing a submission for the…
masthead

CAR-T News

| News | No Comments
Cell Therapy, such as Chimeric Antigen Receptor T-Cell Therapy, or CAR-T therapy, is a promising and innovative treatment option for some lymphoma patients in Canada. It is a type of…
Mycosis Fungoides

Survey for Patients with Mycosis Fungoides or Sezary Syndrome

| News | No Comments
Patients with Mycosis Fungoides or Sezary Syndrome: We Need Your Help! Lymphoma Canada is preparing a submission for the pan-Canadian Oncology Drug Review (pCODR) and the Quebec equivalent Institut national…