Skin Lymphoma

This information is useful for adults and older adults
A patient is comforted by a family member holding her hand possibly following a skin lymphoma diagnosis.

Skin lymphoma (also known as cutaneous lymphoma) is a rare form of skin cancer that is not linked to sun exposure. There are several types of skin lymphoma and, as a category, they are rare, affecting about 6 in 1 million people. Yale Medicine is an internationally recognized center of expertise in diagnosing and treating skin lymphomas that range from early-stage to complex disease.

Clinical Trials

New treatments for many conditions are tested in clinical trials, which ultimately bring lifesaving new drugs and devices to the patients who need them most. By participating in a clinical trial, you may get access to the most advanced treatments for your condition, and help determine their benefits for future patients.