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Treatment Options for Cutaneous Lymphoma

A patient receives chemotherapy for the treatment of cutaneous lymphoma.The Lymphoma Program provide state-of-the-art treatments including topical and systemic chemotherapy, biological therapies, light therapy, and total skin electron beam therapy.

Treatment for cutaneous lymphoma may include:

Clinical trials are currently being conducted using biological therapy, also called biological response modifier therapy, or immunotherapy. Biological therapy tries to get your own body to fight cancer by using materials made by your own body, or made in a laboratory, to boost, direct, or restore your body's natural defenses against disease.

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