Cutaneous B-Cell Lymphoma: Long-term Survivorship

What is Lymphoma?

Cutaneous B-Cell Lymphoma: Long-term Survivorship

Patients in remission from cutaneous B-cell lymphoma should have regular visits with a physician who is familiar with their medical history and the treatments they have received. Medical tests (such as blood tests and computed tomography [CT] scans) may be required at various times during remission to evaluate the need for additional treatment.

Some treatments can cause long-term effects or late effects, which can vary based on duration and frequency of treatments, age, gender, and the overall health of each patient at the time of treatment.

Patients and their caregivers are encouraged to keep copies of all medical records and test results as well as information on the types, amounts, and duration of all treatments received. LRF’s mobile app has a Track section to help patients better manage their disease.

To learn more, see the Lymphoma Survivorship Fact Sheet Series