Lymphoma is broadly a cancer of the lymphatic system, an important part of the body’s immune defense against infection and disease
At every one of her bi-monthly appointments, Prudie bakes something for the Lymphoma Clinic staff, accompanied by a handwritten thank-you card to acknowledge all that they have done for her.
"There was only one place I knew that could take good care of me, so I called up Roswell. They asked, 'Who referred you?' and I said, I did!"
Your skin can be the site of a type of cancer called cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CTCL), which can look like eczema or psoriasis, causing scaly or itchy lesions and plaques that cause irritation.