Our Cutaneous Lymphoma Program provides specialized care for multiple rare types of cancer that begin in the blood cells of the immune system and attack the skin. These blood cells are also known as lymphocytes. Cutaneous lymphoma is a type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Types of cutaneous lymphoma
The 3 main types are:
- B-cell cutaneous lymphoma
- T-cell cutaneous lymphoma
- Blastic plasmacytoid dendritic cell neoplasm
There are also many other distinct types of cutaneous lymphoma, and we treat them all. We tailor your care to address your unique concerns and priorities and the specific subtype of cutaneous lymphoma you are facing.
Your care team
Our specialists work together as a multi-disciplinary team to coordinate the most advanced, personalized care plan available for your situation. Your team may include providers with expertise in cutaneous lymphoma from specialties such as:
- Dermatology hematology
- Medical oncology
- Molecular genetics
- Palliative care
- Pathology (dermatopathology and hematopathology)
- Plastic surgery
- Radiation oncology
Treating you as a whole person
In addition to medical treatments, we support your overall well-being by paying close attention to your:
- Eligibility to participate in cutting-edge research through enrollment in our diverse list of clinical trials
- Employment or insurance issues
- Financial concerns
- Mental health and emotional well-being
You can choose among our state-of-the-art facilities throughout New Hampshire and Vermont. We provide access to advanced and coordinated care as close to your home as possible.
Throughout your journey, you receive expert diagnosis, treatment, follow-up and preventive care.
How we can help
Addressing a rare form of blood cancer may feel overwhelming. We understand, and we are here to help you. We offer:
- A team approach to address your unique situation, delivered by our specialized experts
- Access to clinical trials
- Advanced treatments
- Wellness resources to promote your health and well-being and support your care partners
- World-class care for our unique northern New England region. Our patients come from Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont.
If you’re new to the Cutaneous Lymphoma Program, your first step is to meet with us. During your visit, we will explain your condition, answer your questions and discuss what happens next.