Shared Stories

We all have a story to tell. What’s yours?

The sharing of experience can be inspiring, encouraging, and give hope to someONE affected by lymphoma. At Lymphoma Canada, we hear often from patients, caregivers, friends and family members that want the opportunity to share their own stories. This is an important part of going through the lymphoma experience. While no patient's situation is the same, there is always something to be gleaned from hearing someone's thoughts and reflections on how they experienced the challenges of lymphoma, whether it be during diagnosis, treatment, relapse, or any other aspect of survivorship.

Be inspired and encouraged by the stories shared from others in the lymphoma community.

Share your story.

Meet Madison Miles

My name is Madison Miles. I’m 23 years old and I recently graduated from the Honours Specialization in Kinesiology program at Western University.

Meet Sabina Vohra-Miller

Sabina Vohra-Miller has an educational background in clinical pharmacology and toxicology. She previously worked in biotech as a medical advisor.

Paula's Story

I was diagnosed a year ago with Non-Hodgkins Follicular Lymphoma, stage 4, grade 2.

Heather's Story

Hello.  I am a caregiver.  My husband has just been  diagnosed with lymphoma, likely CLL but more tests need to be done.

Joanna's Story

I was a healthy 33 year old with two young children, living a wonderful life with my husband and our girls.

Sparkle On!

I am happy to say that I am two years on the good side of primary mediastinal diffuse large B-cell Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma.

Karen's Story

I turned 50 in 2013, as an avid runner and cyclist, I was in great shape.