Lymphoma encompasses a heterogeneous group of haematological malignancies that require complex management. Patients with lymphoma experience a wide range of physical, social and emotional issues.
This article summarises the diagnosis, treatment and long-term consequences of lymphoma, and outlines the role of the primary care practitioner in the lymphoma care pathway.
Primary Health Care. 29, 3, 40-50. doi: 10.7748/phc.2019.e1537Correspondence
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