A team of health professionals will work with you to plan the treatment that is best for your situation.

Usually, a team of specialists called a multidisciplinary team (MDT) meets to plan your treatment.

The MDT may include:

  • haematologists and oncologists – these are doctors who specialise in treating lymphoma
  • a radiologist – this is a doctor who analyses scans and x-rays
  • a clinical nurse specialist, who will make sure you get help and support throughout your treatment.

It may also include other specialists, such as a pharmacist, dietitian, physiotherapist, occupational therapist, psychologist or counsellor.

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