The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
March 2, 2014
When I was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma I was afraid and thinking the worse. My family and I did not have any idea what the diagnosis meant for the long term. My doctor and his staff were excellent and they were focused on the treatment plan. I found a copy of the LLS booklets on Lymphoma, Understanding Lab and Imaging Tests, and the Lymphoma Guide. For the first time I was beginning to understand the cancer and treatment. This information gave me comfort and confidence. I contacted the folks at LLS and they recommended online education and chat rooms. I did both. It was have been extremely difficult for me to make it through my treatment without LLS. I found their printed material easy to read and understand for a non-medical person. I also found their staff to be professional, caring, informed, patient and understanding. I would highly recommend them to anyone who needs information on blood cancers (patients, caregivers, family, medical professionals), anyone who wants to volunteer for a world class organization, and anyone who wants to donate to a charity that is extremely worthy of your trust and donation. Thank You LLS for helping me and my family, I will never forget your kindness and support. Tom W.
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