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Supported by pioneering research, our service can diagnose and manage a type of blood cancer called lymphoma.

It develops in the lymphatic system, a network of vessels and glands that spread throughout the body as part of your immune system.

Depending on the type and location of the lymphoma, you may experience different symptoms or need different treatment.

In lymphoma, affected white blood cells start to multiply in an abnormal way and begin to collect in certain areas of the lymphatic system. This often causes a painless swelling in glands (also known as lymph nodes).

We also manage and treat leukaemia, a blood cancer that starts in white blood cells.

Contact us

If you need more information or would like to arrange an appointment, please don't hesitate to contact us. Details for our clinical nurse specialists can be found here.

If you require advice urgently, you can contact the Macmillan acute oncology service on their 24 hour emergency support line by calling 023 8120 1345.


If you would like to contact one of our consultants, you can do so through the secretary team:

Professor Johnson and Professor Davies' secretary

  • 023 8120 8639

Dr Bates' secretary

  • 023 8120 5056

Professor Forconi, Dr Lown and Dr Falconer’s secretary

  • 023 8120 5516