Lymphoma Care

Colorado's Lymphoma Specialists 

At Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers, both non-Hodgkin and Hodgkin lymphoma patients receive a customized treatment plan using the most advanced therapies available today, including clinical research trials. Our team is by your side for every step of the cancer care journey, starting with choosing your lymphoma specialist, all the way through treatment and becoming a cancer survivor.

Newly Diagnosed with Lymphoma

Lymphoma is a broad term for blood cancers that develop in the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is a network of tissues and organs that rid the body of toxins and waste. In addition, the lymphatic system transports infection-fighting white blood cells through the body. If you've received a lymphoma diagnosis, it's likely you have a lot of questions about what you will face in the coming days, weeks, and months. 

Types of Lymphoma

Many types of lymphoma exist. However, they are broadly categorized into two main types:  Hodgkin lymphoma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Beyond that, there are many different subtypes, especially subtypes of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. 

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Specializing in Lymphoma Care

Our Team Is Ready to Help You and Your Family

To help make treatment decisions about your lymphoma care, it’s helpful to first consult with a hematologist. As a patient of Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers, you will have access to our hematologic specialists at any of our locations across Colorado, including Boulder, Colorado Springs, and Denver. 

Lymphoma Treatments & Programs Available Through RMCC

Your Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers’ oncologist, who is also a hematologist will discuss your treatment choices and expected results with you. Once you understand what to expect, your lymphoma specialist, as well as the rest of the cancer care team, will work together to develop a treatment plan that meets your needs. 

Access the Latest Lymphoma Treatments

Not every lymphoma patient needs to begin treatment immediately. When the time is right to start treatment one or more therapies commonly used for lymphomas may be recommended including: chemotherapy, immunotherapy, targeted therapy and/or radiation therapy. Bone Marrow Transplants are also a treatment option for some patients.

Clinical Trials for Lymphoma Treatment

Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers plays an important role in developing new and better lymphoma treatments for patients everywhere by participating in clinical research. Our researchers may recommend a clinical trial as part of your treatment plan. Talk to your oncologist about participating in a trial to see f it's right for you.

Find a Lymphoma Specialist Near You

The comprehensive approach offered by our lymphoma team combines the most advanced treatments with education, support services, and complementary therapies.