Advocating for Answers

After 20 years of living with lymphoma, Lois Rosenblum knows firsthand the importance of a strong support system and advocating for your health. Following an initial diagnosis of follicular lymphoma in 2002 and several disease transformations since then, she’s passionate about supporting the work that the Lymphoma Research Foundation (LRF) does to power cutting-edge research to treat and defeat lymphoma.

Curiosity in Pursuit of a Cure

LRF grantee Abner Louissaint, MD, PhD has been interested in studying things since he was a child. His inquisitiveness followed him through his adult years and was a catalyst for his desire to pursue a career in the study of lymphoma.

Patient Perspectives: Dispelling Myths About Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are important for advancing research and can provide patients with access to the most cutting-edge treatments. LRF Associate Director of Support Services and Helpline specialist, Izumi Nakano, answers some common questions about clinical trials to help better understand the process and what to think about when considering enrolling in one.

Endurance Events As a Way to Give Back

The popularity of endurance events, such as marathons, bike races, and triathlons, has risen steadily over the past 25 years—and with an increased interest in health, fitness, and competition amid the pandemic, that number is expected to continue to increase. The Lymphoma Research Foundation (LRF) has seen a similar increase in interest from its donors.

Read the Latest Issue of Pulse: Spring 2022

Read the Spring 2022 edition of Pulse. This issue of Pulse introduces our 2022 Clinical Investigator Career Development Award (CDA) and Postdoctoral Fellowship and Follicular Lymphoma Priority Research Grantees.