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Lymphoma of the Skin

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Lymphoma is a cancer that starts in cells that are part of the body's immune system. Rare lymphomas that start in the skin are called skin lymphomas (or cutaneous lymphomas).

Learn About Lymphoma of the Skin

Whether you’re worried about developing lymphoma of the skin, making decisions about treatment, or trying to stay well after treatment, we can help. Find information in our Detailed Guide.

Skin Lymphoma Causes and Risk Factors

Unlike other types of skin cancer, lymphoma of the skin has not been linked to sun exposure. Learn what we know about the causes of skin lymphoma, what you can do to lower your risk, and tests that may help find it early.

Skin Lymphoma Treatment and Support

If you are facing lymphoma of the skin, we can help you learn about your treatment options and possible side effects, and point you to information and services to help you get through treatment and live well afterward.

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