Coping

Advice to help you cope with the emotional, relationship or health issues you might face during and after treatment for non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

  • Your emotions

    Get help with the emotional issues you and your loved ones might face.

  • Maintaining a healthy lifestyle

    Get advice on eating healthily, keeping active, quitting smoking and managing weight loss or gain.

  • Side effects and symptoms

    Find out more about different symptoms and side effects and how you can cope with them.

  • Changes to appearance and body image

    Some cancer treatments can change the way your body looks, works or feels. Find tips and information for feeling more like you.

  • Relationships

    Understanding what is happening and getting the right support can help you in your close relationships.

  • Talking about cancer

    It can be hard to talk about cancer. Find ways to make it easier.

  • At the end of life

    We can help you find practical and emotional support at the end of life and through bereavement.

  • Getting support

    Find out more about our free support line, Macmillan nurses, information services and support groups near you.

  • Complementary therapies

    Read about different therapies that some people find helpful.

Back to Non-Hodgkin lymphoma

Understanding non-Hodgkin lymphoma

and what it is

Diagnosing

symptoms, causes and risk factors of non-Hodgkin lymphoma

Organising

the practical, work and financial side

Treating

non-Hodgkin lymphoma and what to expect

Resources

and publications to order, download and print.

Types of NHL

There are many types of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. These are often described as B-cell or T-cell – depending on where they began.