Lymphoma Australia

Lymphoma Australia helps patients and their families to understand their diagnosis and treatment options. With more than 80 different subtypes of lymphoma, both diagnosis and treatment options can be confusing. The organisation provides information packs to patients and hospitals, and hosts education days and webinars to help people better understand lymphoma. It also offers a National Lymphoma Nurse Support Line, staffed by professional, qualified nurses who care for patients across Australia. They can help people affected by lymphoma to navigate the lymphoma journey and provide connections with others and the appropriate support networks, so no one has to face lymphoma alone.


1800 953 081



Level 1, 22 Juliette Street

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Last updated: Tuesday, 02 August 2022