A cancer diagnosis is a tough thing to face, but we’re here for you from the first diagnosis and staging to treatment and even beyond.

We can do this – if we work together.

Untangling the Terms

Any cancer diagnosis can be unsettling, but a lymphoma diagnosis also carries with it the confusion surrounding all of its different terms. At INTEGRIS Health we’re here to help you through every single stage, and that begins with helping you understand lymphoma. Multiple myeloma is considered a type of lymphoma, but the two primary types are Hodgkin’s and non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Many cases of Hodgkin’s lymphoma are associated with HIV/AIDS or the Epstein-Barr virus, and have slightly better survival rates than non-Hodgkin’s varieties, but the vast majority of lymphomas – about 90% – are categorized as non-Hodgkin’s.

At INTEGRIS Health, we’re here for you every step of the way, from the first diagnosis and staging to treatment and even beyond – with rehabilitation designed specifically for cancer survivors.

The Multidisciplinary Cancer Clinic

Lymphoma treatment used to mean dozens of appointments at different facilities with multiple specialists, but with our Multidisciplinary Cancer Clinic, the process is streamlined. We gather our physicians and specialists in one room to decide the best course of treatment for you. That means the time you have to spend between diagnosis and treatment is dramatically reduced.

We know this can be a challenging time, so please ask your physician about any concerns or questions you might have.

Understanding Lymphoma

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