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The Lymphoma Research Trust.

What we do.

The Lymphoma Research Trust is a registered charity
(no. 263424) which supports research into the treatment of lymphoma. It makes grants to medical researchers at the Lymphoma Trials Office who organise clinical trials and operate a database containing details of over 19,600 patients.

The database contains details of patients’ treatments and annual follow-ups, and provides a valuable record of the outcome of different treatments for lymphomas.

The clinical trials assess whether new treatments work better than existing ones, and test different combinations of treatments to see which are most effective. The information gained from these trials improves our knowledge of lymphoma and enables patients to be treated more effectively.

The director of the Lymphoma Trials Office is Professor David Linch, who is Professor of Haemotology at University College London.