- Scientists at Yale Medicine are involved in discoveries that lead to new medications and change how cancer is treated all over the world.
- We are involved in clinical trials for new lymphoma treatments, giving patients access to new therapies before they are broadly available.
- Yale Medicine is the only center in Connecticut that offers stem-cell transplants using compatible donor cells.
Lymphomas are cancers that form in white blood cells, which circulate in the blood and are found in lymph nodes and other organs throughout the body. Lymphoma is called a cancer of the immune system because white blood cells, or lymphocytes, help the body defend against infection. It is the most common blood cancer and the third most common pediatric cancer.
Yale Medicine has a multidisciplinary team of experts -- including radiation oncologist, pathologists, and oncologists -- who work together to determine the best treatment plan for each patient.