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  • Our Team

    Experts at The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer are recognized leaders in the research and treatment of lymphomas and blood disorders. Our experienced and dedicated team provides our patients with innovative treatments and the best quality of care possible.

  • Treatment Options

    After reviewing your lab results and accurately diagnosing your stage of lymphoma, a multidisciplinary team of doctors at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center will design a treatment plan tailored for you based based on your age, symptoms and type of lymphoma.

  • Clinical Trials

    Find information about open lymphoma studies offered at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center.

 

Lymphomas

Lymphomas are cancers of lymphocytes, a kind of white blood cell that circulates in the blood or are present in certain tissues such as spleen or lymphoma nodes. Lymphocytes are an important part of the immune system that protects against infections. There are many different types of lymphoma. Some require urgent treatment, others do not require treatment at all. Some are treated with chemotherapy, others with radiation, and sometimes both modalities. Some are curable. Others are not.

 

Bone Marrow Transplant Program

The Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) Program at Johns Hopkins is internationally known and it was a Johns Hopkins researcher, George Santos (1928-2001), who more than 40 years ago, established regimens that would lead to bone marrow transplantation -- the process of taking marrow from a healthy donor and injecting it into a patient.

 

Bone Marrow Transplant and Haploidentical Transplantation

Dr Rick Jones explains the history of bone marrow transplants, the pioneering scientific discovery lead by Johns Hopkins researchers and the current state of this life saving procedure.

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